Anonymous, 30 NovemberThe All-Belarusian People’s Assembly: Cementing President Lukashenka’s Consolidation of Power
Maja Sahadžić, 29 NovemberThe Bonn Powers in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Between a rock and a hard place
Dylan Vernon, 31 OctoberWill Belize Get a People’s Constitution? Prospects and Challenges
Ron Levy, 31 OctoberThe Emergence of ‘Fixed Constitutional Commitments’ on the Environment: A Tool for Addressing Climate Change?
6 DecemberIn Iran, lawmakers reject popular calls for constitutional reform in response to protests
2 DecemberIn Armenia, constitutional reforms council votes to maintain parliamentary system of government
Singapore passes constitutional amendment to prevent legal challenges to definition of marriage as between a man and woman
30 NovemberSingapore’s parliament has decriminalised sex between men, but has amended the constitution to effectively block full marriage equality. The British colonial-…
In Ireland, citizens' assembly on biodiversity loss recommends constitutionalization of environmental human rights and rights of nature
29 NovemberThe Citizens' Assembly on Biodiversity Loss has voted overwhelmingly to recommend that there should be a constitutional referendum to amend the Constitution wit…
In Taiwan, referendum on lowering voting age to 18 fails to meet turnout threshold
28 NovemberTaipei, Nov. 26 (CNA) A referendum on a proposed constitutional amendment to lower the voting age from 20 to 18 fell short of the threshold needed to pass Satur…
Op-Ed: the Sudanese Bar Association drafted a transitional constitution. How can it be improved?
25 NovemberFollowing the recent declaration on July 4 by the Sudanese military leadership that it would accept the establishment of a civilian government and fully withdra…
In France, first chamber votes in favor of abortion rights constitutional amendment
25 NovemberFrench lawmakers voted on Thursday to enshrine abortion rights in the constitution, with MPs on the left and centre saying the US Supreme Court's overturning of…