Issue 2, February 2016

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  France: The wrong path? The limits of France’s constitutional reform in response to terrorist attacks
Idris Fassassi
Myanmar: Dawn of a democratic era or dialogue with dictators? The challenges ahead for the new leaders
Melissa Crouch
Mongolia: A vain constitutional attempt to consolidate parliamentary democracy
Munkhsaikhan Odonkhuu
Tunisia: The Constitutional Court at the center of the political system – and whirlwind
Nidhal Mekki
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What we are reading this month
  Op-ed: Turkish constitutional reform proposals may get support even from opposition
Op-ed: A new Sri Lankan Constitution: What’s in it for young people?
Op-ed: For Ukraine, it’s federalization-or-bust
Op-ed: Life under Thailand’s 2016 Constitution
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