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Iraq / Interim Constitution #769149

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 06, 2004
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.

(Baghdad, Iraq: Steve Centanni) The status of Iraq’s interim constitution examined; details given of the objection of Shiite council members to a clause giving minority groups veto power over terms of a permanent charter, the visit made by members of the Iraqi Governing Council’s with top aides of the Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, and the day’s violence in Iraq, including an attack on a US base in Khaldiyah; scenes shown from the council members’ visit to Fallujah. [Coalition spokesman Dan SENOR†- says it’s good that Iraqis are debating democratic principles such as minority rights.]

(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix’s criticisms of the Iraq policies of President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair reported.

Folbaum, Rick;
Centanni, Steve

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