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24 MayUN adviser says Libyan joint committee has reached consensus on 137 articles of draft constitution
23 MayIn Tunisia, opposition rejects president's formation of advisory committee to draft new constitution
23 MayIn Australia, new prime minister promises indigenous rights referendum and that "a republic will happen"
19 MayIn Timor-Leste, parliament fast tracks law establishing president's "constitutional duties" and defining crimes "against the constitution"
Constitutional reform on the agenda of new British Virgin Islands government
19 MayPremier Dr Natalio Wheatley has said his National Unity Government is heavily focused on election reform, constitutional review, and the new Register of Interes…
Op-ed: The Gambia's president faces challenge to constitutional reform process after his party fails to win majority in legislative elections
19 MayDespite Adama Barrow’s comfortable win in December’s presidential elections, his party failed to clinch a convincing majority in recent National Assembly polls.…
In Libya, house of representatives and high state council find consensus on parts of draft constitution at second round of talks
18 MaySpecial Advisor to the UN Secretary General (SASG) on Libya, Stephanie Williams said she was pleased by the encouraging progress made over the past two days bet…
In Chile, constitutional convention announces full draft of new constitution
17 MayAfter 10 months of fraught negotiations, Chile has finalised the draft of a new constitution that could replace the document drawn up during Gen Augusto Pinoche…
In Croatia, constitutional court rules that opposition's referendum petition questions are not in line with the constitution
17 MayThe Constitutional Court ruled on Monday that the questions in the two referendum petitions launched by the opposition Bridge party - to abolish mandatory COVID…