Issue 3, March 2014

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Voices from the field

Explaining Zambia’s checkered attempts at constitutional reform
by Hope Mubanga
Why Zimbabwe’s COPAC Constitution is here to stay
by Netsai Mushonga
Contesting representation in Tanzania’s Constitution-making process
by Salma Maoulidi
The making of a Constitution: a look back at Tunisia's thorny consensus-building process
by Sélim Ben Abdesselem
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In the media this month


How the Russian Constitution justifies war in Ukraine
by Brian Resnick
The US' wavering commitment to the Ukrainian Constitution
by Eugene Robinson
Was Yanukovitch’s ouster constitutional?
by Daisy Sindelar
Constitution making in Libya – what lessons from Tunisia?
by Geoffrey Weichselbaum and Duncan Pickard
What is wrong with Myanmar’s Constitution
by Ban Yan
Canada: How Supreme Court’s rejection of new appointee changes country’s constitutional debate
by Erin Crandall
Guinea-Bissau elections: a road map for the restoration of constitutional order
by Gustavo Placido Dos Santoss
The King Cobra’s new curse-the Constitution
by Rev. Canon Dr. Kapya John Kaoma
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