Issue 3, March 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  From presidential to parliamentary state? A midterm look at Sri Lanka’s Constitutional Reform Process
Dr. Asanga Welikala
Taiwan: A Patchwork Constitution
Chien-Chih Lin
Ukraine: Once Again at Constitutional Crossroads
Maxim Timofeev
  Constitutional protection of sexual minorities - will Thailand join the club?
Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang
Nepal: Back to the negotiation table or back to the streets?
Prabindra Shakya
Lack of Money or Lack of Political Will: What is Stalling Constitutional Reform in Liberia?
Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei
Spain: When freedom of expression meets constitutional loyalty
Manuel Arias-Maldonado
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What We’re Reading this Month
  Making the new constitution for Tanzania: Challenges and Opportunities
Humphrey Polepole
Myanmar: White card, bleak future
Editorial - Saudi Gazette
Burundi president must do the right thing: no third term!
John Stremlau
Executive presidency underway in Turkey?
Caleb Lauer
  Kenya: How drafters of 2010 Constitution ensured MPs won’t abuse it for political expediency
Wachira Maina
The Consensus Ruse of Nepal
Nepali Times - Foreign Hand
Constitutional Interpretation and Constitutional Review in Afghanistan: Is There Still a Crisis?

Shamshad Pasarlay
Crafting a constitution for Nepal - and the role of India
Kanak Mani Dixit
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