ConstitutionNet Updates: July 2016

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ConstitutionNet Analyses - Voices from the Field
  Colombia’s judicialized peace process and its constitutional implications
Professor David Landau
Myanmar: The constitutional implications of the peace process
Dr Melissa Crouch
Sri Lanka’s search for constitutional consensus amid social and political divisions
Dr Asanga Welikala
The Third Cote d’Ivoire Republic: Towards an inclusive constitutional reform process
Piere Olivier Lobe
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What we are reading this month
  Op-ed: Iraq constitutional amendments face uphill battle amid parliamentary divisions
Op-ed: Thailand’s constitutional referendum uncertain as major parties reject draft
Op-ed: Will Turkey’s failed coup mean constitutional amendment to reinstate death penalty?
Op-ed: Brexit and the limits of direct democracy: Reform the referendum
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North Africa/Middle East
Latin America and the Caribbean
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