Little hopes for progress after Syrian constitutional panel meet

UN put a positive spin on what was achieved in the first round of talks in Geneva, but there was little progress made in drafting a new constitution.

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    Syria's constitutional committee has reunited Geneva for its first meeting.

    The United Nations has been putting a positive spin on what was achieved in the first round of these talks in Geneva. However, there was very little progress made in actually drafting a new constitution for Syria.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports.


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