constitutional reform

Rule of all

A mass campaign is needed to convince the Sinhalese majority that devolution and democratisation are in its interest and in the interest of Sri Lanka´s minorities.

| Mar 02, 2009

The principle of the thing: Nepal’s king and the rule of law

Nepal's 1990 Constitution, wounded by the royal action of 1 February, must be revived and Parliament restored. The country must be saved from both the constitutional waywardness of a Pakistan and the legislative faint-heartedness of …

| Jul 22, 2005

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