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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Quamrul Chowdhury
"We are reluctant to accept it. But anyhow we have to look at it. Most of our delegation has already left," he said.
Quamrul Chowdhury of Bangladesh, lead negotiator for the group of least developed countries, said it was the "weakest outcome" he had seen since the U.N. climate talks started two decades ago.