ConstitutionNet Updates: June 2016

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Pakistan reforms on composition and mandate of Electoral Commission: The devil is in the details
Shibil Siddiqi
Italian constitutional reforms: Towards a stable and efficient government
Francesco Clementi
Kenya’s failure to implement the two-third-gender rule: The prospect of an unconstitutional parliament
Catherine Muyeka Mumma
Tajikistan’s constitutional referendum: Legitimating de facto dictatorship?
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What we are reading this month
  Op-ed: Is there an optimal constitutional design for presidential impeachments?
Op-ed: Ireland needs constitutional referendum as UN Committee finds abortion law indefensible
Op-ed: Middle East: Gender quota ‘must for sustainable development’
Op-ed: Turkey no longer constitutional and democratic model for Middle East
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