Issue 4, April 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Thailand’s next post-coup constitution: Uncharted territory to ‘true democracy’ or same old trodden path back to authoritarianism?
Saksith Saiyasombut
Constitutional Hurdle-Race: Contemporary Constitution-Making in Ukraine
Maxim Timofeev
Sharia and the Nigerian Constitution: Strange Bedfellows
Daniel Agbiboa
What do the people want? Demands for expansion of rights and a Christian state through constitutional reform in Liberia
Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei
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What we are reading this month
  Five years into implementing the Kenyan Constitution: Politics of gender and the “where next?
Joan Birika
Honduran Opposition Not Giving Up on Presidential-Reelection Ban
Elena Toledo
Aung San Suu Kyi says boycott of the election is an option
Fixing Vision 2016: Some Options for the Somali Federal Institutions
Abdurahman Hosh Jibril
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