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TheDespite disagreement on the role of Islam, sharing oil profits and regional autonomy, Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari [NY Times' spelling] claims disagreement on the consitution is minor. The following is from today's WashingtonPost.com:
Iraq Puts Positive Face On Constitution Delay
Some Say Deep Differences Remain
By Jonathan Finer and Khalid Saffar
Washington Post Foreign Service
Wednesday, August 17, 2005; A09
BAGHDAD, Aug. 17 -- After granting themselves an extra week to complete a draft constitution, Iraqi leaders Tuesday joined U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad in painting the missed deadline as an opportunity, not a failure.
Khalilzad acknowledged he was "personally disappointed" that Monday's deadline had not been met but said he was confident an agreement could be reached by Aug. 22. Prime Minister Ibrahim Jafari said political groups still had "some differences in views on details, but not on the main principles or major issues."
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