Issue 5: May 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Honduras: Term Limits Drama 2.0 - how the Supreme Court declared the Constitution Unconstitutional
David Landau
Sri Lanka: The 19th Amendment to the Constitution: from start to finish
Asanga Welikala
Thailand’s next post-coup constitution: The dictatorship of the ‘good people’?
Saksith Saiyasombut
Bottom-up approaches to constitutional implementation: a civil society perspective from Zimbabwe
David Tinashe Hofisi
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What we are reading this month
  Rwanda: petitions for Constitutional Amendment to allow President Kagame's Third Term
Term limits could stave off crisis in Burundi
Bulgaria: Constitutional Amendment Proposal on Judicial Reform
Constitutional Amendment Proposals from Eastern Ukraine vis-à-vis the Minsk Agreement
Asia and the Pacific
North Africa/Middle East
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