Constitution making in Libya – what lessons from Tunisia?

By Geoffrey Weichselbaum and Duncan Pickard, 26 March 2014
Photo: AFP/Getty Images
Photo: AFP/Getty Images
<p><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">The Constitution adopted in Tunisia at the end of January represents the region’s best chance at achieving an elusive goal: sustainable democracy based on the rule of law. Next door, Libya two weeks ago elected a Constitutional Assembly to attempt the same. Libya faces enormous challenges at the beginning of its constitution-making process — and should consider lessons from Tunisia in attempting to overcome them.</span></p>
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