Tag Archives: Constitutional Reform

Constitutional crisis continues: Kyrgyzstan’s constitution set for amendment

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ConstitutionNet Features Biagi’s Work on the 2011 Moroccan Constitution

ConstitutionNet has just featured a paper by one of the CCSDD’s researchers, Francesco Biagi, on the 2011 Moroccan Constitution. You can find their write-up here. ConstitutionNet is an initiative of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA). Partially funded by the … Continue reading

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Morocco’s 2011 Constitution: A Shining Example of Democratic Reform?

Now that the international human rights conference has ended, we wanted to draw your attention to the work of another one of our researchers, Francesco Biagi. In addition to his work at the CCSDD, Dr. Biagi is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow … Continue reading

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The 10th Anniversary of the ‘EU and Legal Reform Summer School’ in Montenegro

Each year, the CCSDD runs the European Union and Legal Reform Summer School in Montenegro, a one-week post-graduate course that addresses the constitutional implications of the EU’s expansion into Eastern and Central Europe. Lead by CCSDD Director Dr. Justin Frosini, … Continue reading

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A New Academic Year at the CCSDD

With the new academic year in full swing, we figured it was high time to launch this year’s CCSDD Intern Blog. As you may know, the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development (CCSDD) is a research partnership between the … Continue reading

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