Issue 5, October 2013

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Voices from the field: Implementing Fiji’s new Constitution and Tunisia’s unpredictable political parties

  • Are Tunisia’s political parties champions of change or spoilers? ConstitutionNet’s Nidhal Mekki takes stock of the role of the country’s political parties in its protracted democratic transition and what it means for the constitutional reform process. Full article.
  • Rolling out Fiji’s new Constitution: the case for cautious optimism. A look at why Fijians must manage their expectations as country looks to implement new Constitution by Fiji’s former Vice President, Joni Madraiwiwi. Full article.

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