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Constitutional Loya Jirga, 2003

IWPR
1 Sep 06
By Rahim Gul Sarwan and Rahimullah Samander in Kabul (ARR No. 97, 01-Jan-04)
IWPR team
1 Sep 06
Disputes over a national language and the national anthem leads to the final vote on the constitution being put off yet again.
Rahimullah Samander
1 Sep 06
The constitutional process appears endangered by disputes over the issues of national language and dual citizenship.
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1 Sep 06
By Lailuma Sadid in Kabul (ARR No. 99, 04-Jan-04)
IWPR staff
1 Sep 06
After 22 days of sometimes heated debate, the final document establishes a government that is both Islamic and accountable.
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1 Sep 06
By Rahimullah Samander in Kabul (ARR No. 100, 06-Jan-04)
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1 Sep 06
By Bashir Gwakh in Kabul (ARR No. 100, 06-Jan-04)
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1 Sep 06
By Hasina Sulaiman, Shahabuddin Tarakhel and Hafizullah Gardesh in Kabul (ARR No. 100, 06-Jan-04)
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1 Sep 06
By Mohammad Munir Mehraban and Ezatullah Zawab in Kabul (ARR No. 100, 06-Jan-04)
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1 Sep 06
By Danish Karokhel in Kabul (ARR No. 100, 06-Jan-04)

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