Iraqis May Sign Constitution Iraqi negotiators work toward signing a revised interim constitution, with hopes of a ceremony Monday. Last week, just as the constitution was about to be signed, a number of Shiites on Iraq's Governing Council objected to some of the language in the document. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and NPR's Ivan Watson.
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Iraqis Plan to Sign Constitution

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Iraqis Plan to Sign Constitution

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Iraqi negotiators work toward signing a revised interim constitution, with hopes of a ceremony Monday. Last week, just as the constitution was about to be signed, a number of Shiites on Iraq's Governing Council objected to some of the language in the document. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and NPR's Ivan Watson.