Issue 3, March 2016

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Libya’s long awaited constitution: Will it finally see the light of the day?
Suliman Ibrahim
Somalia’s deferred democracy: Proposed electoral models to complete the transition
based on interview with Abdi Hosh
Turkey’s constitutional negotiations unravel before they even begin
Ozan Varol
South Sudan’s endless transition: The illusive search for a “Permanent” Constitution
Remember Miamingi
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What we are reading this month
  Op-ed: Poland’s constitutional crisis continues as constitutional court stands its ground
Op-ed: Sri Lanka’s New Constitution: New era in island-nations politics
Op-ed: Myanmar’s Suu Kyi plans to outsource presidency: The problems with the proxy
Op-ed: The Irish National Election and the politics of abortion
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