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Syrian opposition rejects UN transition plan | BostonHerald.com

BEIRUT — Syrian opposition groups on Sunday rejected a U.N.-brokered peace plan for a political transition in Syria, calling it ambiguous and a waste of time and vowing not to negotiate with President Bashar Assad or members of his “murderous” regime.

An international conference in Geneva on Saturday accepted U.N. special envoy Kofi Annan’s plan that calls for the creation of a transitional government, but at Russia’s insistence the compromise agreement left the door open to Syria’s president being part of the interim administration.

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