Issue 11, November 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  Chile’s quest to introduce a Constitution elaborated under democratic conditions
Javier Couso Salas
Presidentialism in Turkey: Is it Already Here?
Ozan Varol
Constitutional and Governance Reforms in Sri Lanka
Asanga Welikala
  Myanmar: Suu Kyi’s long haul towards constitutional reforms
Sara Perria
Will Algeria start 2016 with a new constitution?
Wissam Benyettou
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What we are reading this month
  Op-Ed: Post-democracy in Armenia? How the new Constitution will depoliticize Armenian society
French government seeks to write state of emergency into constitution
Op-Ed: Midnight Judges: Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal Caught Between Political Fronts
Op-Ed: Syria doesn't need a "Dayton accord", and the role of ancient ethnic hatreds is misunderstood
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North Africa/Middle East
Latin America and the Caribbean
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