ConstitutionNet Updates: April 2016

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Hungary’s attempt to manage threats of terror through a constitutional amendment
Renáta Uitz
India’s failure to enhance the representation of women in national and state politics
Avinash Sharma
The Sierra Leonean constitutional review process: Healing the wounds of the civil war
Solomon Sogbandi
The Polish constitutional crisis and potential options for resolution
Dr Paulina Starski
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What we are reading this month
  Op-ed: A Syrian constitution by August: by whom and for whom?
Op-ed: Myanmar’s NLD may seek to draft new constitution to circumvent military veto over amendments
Op-ed: Nigeria’s attempt to achieve constitutional review through a piecemeal approach
Op-ed: Lesotho’s need for constitutional and political reform
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North Africa/Middle East
Latin America and the Caribbean
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