Issue 10, October 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Pick and Choose: Judicial Appointments in India
Madhav Khosla
Thailand’s post-coup constitution: Draft punked or ‘Once more with feeling’?
Saksith Saiyasombut
Vision 2016: What can still be achieved in the Somali peace- and state-building process?
Jan Amilcar Schmidt
Major constitutional reforms proposed in Armenia
Artak Galyan
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What we are reading this month
  Why some African leaders cling to power, whilst others walk away
Why Nepal’s Janajatis Feel Betrayed by the New Constitution
Constitutional Reforms in Armenia: 'Yes' front, 'No' front, and external players
Reform of the UK's upper house is back on the agenda following a political storm
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North Africa/Middle East
Latin America and the Caribbean
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