Iraqi Negotiators Can't Agree on Constitution

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Iraq's draft constitution is likely to go to voters in October, over the objections of Sunni negotiators. Shiites and Kurds want a federalized Iraq with a relatively weak central government. Sunnis want a strong federal government.



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