12/08/2012 | New Constitutional Document | President Morsi Constitutional Declaration Egypt

August 12, 2012 in Egypt

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العربية

English

Secondary Materials:

1. Bassem Abo Alabass, Sherif Tarek & Ahram Online, Legal experts question legitimacy of Morsi’s constitutional changes, Ahram Online, August 13, 2012, Link (last visited Aug 13, 2012).
2. Randa Ali & Sara Mourad, Morsi’s Sunday surprise met with broad support by Egypt political forces, Ahram Online, August 13, 2012, Link (last visited Aug 13, 2012).
3. Egypt President Mursi explains army chief replacement, BBC News, August 13, 2012, Link (last visited Aug 13, 2012).
4. Egypt’s president asserts authority over army, Al Jazeera English, August 13, 2012, Link (last visited Aug 13, 2012).

08/07/2012 | Related Legal Text | Presidential Decree 11/2012 reinstating formerly dissolved Parliament

July 8, 2012 in Egypt

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العربية

English

Secondary Materials:

1. Sherif Tarek, President’s reinstatement of Egypt parliament met with praise, indignation, Ahram Online, July 8, 2012, Link (last visited Jul 9, 2012).
2. Ashri: President Morsi Reinstates Parliament, Siding with Popular Will and Rule of Law, IKHANWEB, July 8, 2012, Link (last visited Jul 9, 2012).
3. Egyptian President Mursi reverses parliament dissolution, BBC News, July 8, 2012, Link (last visited Jul 9, 2012).
4. Egypt’s Morsi orders parliament to reconvene, Al Jazeera English, July 9, 2012, Link (last visited Jul 9, 2012).

24/02/2012 | New Constitutional Document | 2012 Constitution of Syria

February 24, 2012 in Syria

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العربية

English

Secondary Materials:

1. Al Jazeera English, Syria says new constitution approved (2012), Link (last visited Mar 9, 2012).
2. Jurist, Paper Chase: Syria voters approve new constitution (2012), Link (last visited Mar 9, 2012).

10/12/2011 | New Constitutional Document | Law on the Interim Organisation of Public Powers of Tunisia

December 10, 2011 in Tunisia

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العربية

Français

English - [Support the project - submit available references]

Secondary Materials:

1. Amine Ghali, Commentary: A tangled road lies ahead in Tunisia’s constitutional process (2011), The Daily Star, Link (last visited Jan 11, 2012).
2. Amin Allal, Avant on tenait le mur, maintenant on tient le quartier, 121 Politique africaine 53–67.
3. Hédi Ben Mrad, La question constitutionnelle, Link.
4. Sami Bostanji, La guerre de l’article premier n’aura pas lieu, Link.
5. Houki Chaker, Les conseils pour la protection de la révolution.
6. Hamadi Redissi, La nahdha et la transition démocratique, Link.
7. Letter to the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly Regarding the New Constitution, Human Rights Watch, March 19, 2012, Link (last visited Mar 22, 2012).

15/10/2011 | Proposal | Presidential Decree No. 33 of Syria

October 15, 2011 in Syria

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العربية

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Secondary Materials:

1. Announcement by President Bashar Al Assad of a National Committee charged with preparing a new constitution within four months, Link.

04/08/2011 | Proposal | Constitutional Amendments

August 4, 2011 in Bahrain

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 العربية

English

Secondary Materials:

1. Popular Protests in North Africa and the Middle East (III): The Bahrain Revolt (International Crisis Group) (2011)

2. Nada Bakri, Bahrain Opposition Says King’s Measures Fall Short, New York Times, January 15, 2012, Link.

03/08/2011 | New Constitutional Document | 2011 Constitutional Declaration of Libya

August 3, 2011 in Libya

Links to the text in the following languages:

العربية

English

Secondary Materials:

1. Contribution of Azza al-Maghur on the structural deficiencies of the Libyan constitutional process afoot in the post-Qaddafi constitutional moment (March 18, 2012), Link (Arabic), debate in the group “The Libyan constitutional process.”
2. Libya: State of the Transformation Process, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (2011), Link  (last visited Jan 18, 2012).

03/08/2011 | Related Legal Text | Decree 72-2011 modifying Decree 35-2011

August 3, 2011 in Tunisia

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العربية

Français - [Support the project - submit available references]

English - [Support the project - submit available references]

Secondary Materials:

1. Allan Bradley, Eleven Political Parties Agree to Limit Mandate of Constituent Assembly : Tunisia Live (2011), Link (last visited Jan 11, 2012).
2. Imen Gallala, Constitutional Jurisdiction and its Limits in the Maghreb, in Constitutionalism in Islamic Countries: Between Upheaval and Continuity (Rainer Grote & Tilmann J. Röder eds., 2011).
3. Amine Ghali, THE DAILY STAR – Commentary: A tangled road lies ahead in Tunisia’s constitutional process (2011), Link (last visited Jan 11, 2012).
4. Amin Allal, Avant on tenait le mur, maintenant on tient le quartier, 121 Politique africaine 53–67.
5. Hédi Ben Mrad, La question constitutionnelle, Link.
6. Sami Bostanji, La guerre de l’article premier n’aura pas lieu, Link.
7. Houki Chaker, Les conseils pour la protection de la révolution.
8. Hamadi Redissi, La nahdha et la transition démocratique, Link.

09/07/2011 | New Constitutional Document | Transitional Constitution of Southern Sudan

July 9, 2011 in South Sudan

10/05/2011 | Related Legal Text | Decree 35-2011 promulgating the electoral code on the election of the Constituent Assembly

May 10, 2011 in Tunisia

Links to the text in the following languages:

العربية

Français

English - [Support the project - submit available references]

Secondary Materials:

1. Maria Cristina Pacielly, Tunisia: Changes and Challenges of Political Transition (2011), Link.
2. Council of Europe, Parliamentary Assembly: The Situation in Tunisia (2011), Link.
3. Allan Bradley, Eleven Political Parties Agree to Limit Mandate of Constituent Assembly : Tunisia Live (2011), Link (last visited Jan 11, 2012).
4. Imen Gallala, Constitutional Jurisdiction and its Limits in the Maghreb, in Constitutionalism in Islamic Countries: Between Upheaval and Continuity (Rainer Grote & Tilmann J. Röder eds., 2011).
5. Amine Ghali, THE DAILY STAR – Commentary: A tangled road lies ahead in Tunisia’s constitutional process (2011), Link (last visited Jan 11, 2012).
6. Amin Allal, Avant on tenait le mur, maintenant on tient le quartier, 121 Politique africaine 53–67.
7. Hédi Ben Mrad, La question constitutionnelle, Link.
8. Sami Bostanji, La guerre de l’article premier n’aura pas lieu, Link.
9. Houki Chaker, Les conseils pour la protection de la révolution.
10. Hamadi Redissi, La nahdha et la transition démocratique, Link.

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