Syria Exclusive: How the New Constitution will Choose a President

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  1. The lack of instant run-off voting is troublesome, since it (as in the USA) de facto creates a two-party system.

  2. The inherent problem with a Constitution is the willingness to enforce it and a “Government” willing to abide by it. As we can see in America these days that thanks to what is called the Deep State meaning an unelected and accountable group of bureaucrats in the “Intelligence” their is neither the willingness nor the will as we rapidly slip into becoming just another Banana “Republic”.

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