Syria will hold an important constitutional referendum today that is likely to see the ruling Ba'ath party unseated as the leading political force in Syrian politics.
The move is seen as a concession to a growing protest movement sweeping the country, and one which risks being overshadowed by an emergent insurgency.
President Bashar al-Assad has said he remains determined to implement a host of reform measures, including parliamentary elections, later this year. Activists and oppositions...
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