Constitution Building around the World – 2015 at a Glance/Selection

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Voices from the Field - 2015 Selection
  Constitutional and Governance Reforms in Sri Lanka
Asanga Welikala
Presidentialism in Turkey: Is it Already Here?
Ozan Varol
Chile’s quest to introduce a Constitution elaborated under democratic conditions
Javier Couso Salas
  Constitutional Reform in Armenia and its Comparative Implications
Artak Galyan
Proposed amendments in Myanmar: more legislative supremacy?
Andrew McLeod
Nepal’s constitutional deal: significant milestone but short of a breakthrough
Prabindra Shakya
  Agendas of Constitutional Decentralization in Ukraine
William Partlett
Honduras: Term Limits Drama 2.0 - how the Supreme Court declared the Constitution Unconstitutional
David Landau
Term Limits and Democratic Consolidation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Burundi
Ken Opalo
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