Issue 9, September 2015

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ConstitutionNet Analyses from the Field
  The winner shall not take it all: Proposals for electoral reform to ensure inclusive political representation in Ethiopia
Adem Kassie Abebe
The latest round of Christian state and citizenship controversies in Liberia’s Constitutional Reform Process
Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei
France under mass-surveillance? The French Constitutional Council and the limits on the Intelligence Service’s powers
Olivier Le Bot
Security vs. Liberty? The Tunisian Democracy as a Litmus Test of the fight against terrorism
Nidhal Mekki
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  Analysis: The End of Constitutional Pacifism in Japan?
Op-Ed: In Libya, trying to make one government out of two
Op-Ed: Myanmar courts crackdown on dissent
Revising the constitution as Abe's long-term project for Japan
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North Africa/Middle East
Latin America and the Caribbean
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