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One of Latin America's most affluent nations, and also one haunted by social and economic inequality, plans to draft a new constitution to replace the charter introduced during military rule decades ago.
By Eva Vergara, Christopher Torchia, Associated Press
In other news Friday, thousands of Egyptians took to Tahir Square protesting President Mohammed Morsi's actions in claiming sweeping, unchecked powers, as well as a draft of a new constitution which was approved by an Islamist-led Assembly that doesn't ensure…
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