By Noor Barotchi Back in February 2012, the Syrian regime formed a ‘revised’ constitution in Syria, following a referendum that aimed to assuage its critics and put forward the idea that Bashar al-Assad was leaning towards reform. The referendum purportedly allowed for multiparty elections (government approved, of course), all under the […]
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