Issue 3, August 2013

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Highlights

Egypt:

  • Proposed Amendments to Egypt’s 2012 Constitution in Arabic and English. Read analysis of the text from IDEA’s Zaid Al-Ali

Feature interview: Nepal

  • Expert warns of the need for new approaches in the constitution building process as the date for electing country's second Constituent Assembly approaches. Full interview here!

More feature interviews

Voices from the field: Tunisia’s embattled transition and Kenya’s rocky constitutional implementation  

  • Nidhal Mekki, Public International and Constitutional law expert at the University of Tunis looks at how and why Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly went from being a solution to becoming part of the problem in Tunisia's troubled transition. Read full article in French or English
  • As Kenya's 2010 Constitution turns three amidst threats of assault, Mugambi Laibuta reflects on whether implementing the Kenyan Dream has become too costly. Full article.

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