Syrians walk past a damaged vehicle in a street that was reportedly struck by mortar shrapnel from rebel bombardment the previous day in Jaramana, southeast of the Syrian capital Damascus, on February 12, 2018. / AFP / LOUAI BESHARA
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Syria's government Tuesday rejected efforts led by the United Nations to form a committee to rewrite Syria's constitution, the main result of a peace congress among Syrian groups in Russia last month.The main opposition negotiating group, which boycotted the Sochi meeting, said afterwards that it would cooperate with the formation of a constitutional committee so long as it would be under U.N. auspices.Syria's government said at the time that it welcomed the results of the Sochi meeting, but it made no mention then of the constitutional committee or call for democratic elections.
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