Issue 12, December 2014

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Voices from the field
  Tunisia holds milestone elections but uncertainties remain
by Nidhal Mekki
Finalizing Nepal’s new Constitution: the illusion of consensus
by Krishna Hachhethu
Les élections en Tunisie: bout du tunnel de la transition?
by Nidhal Mekki
Quarantining Democracy: State of Emergency and Ebola in Liberia
by Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei
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In the media this month
  Electioneering and constitutional reforms in Japan
Japan Times
Saving Libya’s Constitution-Making Body
by Omar Ould Dedde O. Hammady , Michael Meyer-Resende
The challenges of implementing a power sharing deal in South Sudan

Sudan Tribune
Islamicity and constitutionalism
by Rafia Zakaria
  The quest for a way out of Tunisia’s constitutional quagmire
by Miriam Guetat
Burma’s constitutional crisis cracks up its reform
by Zin Linn
Thailand – the Making of a Pseudo-Democracy

by Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang
Sri-Lanka at Another Cross-Roads
by Razeen Sally
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