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Iran, Russia, Turkey agree on Syria constitutional body, call for talks
The foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey said on Tuesday that a new Syrian Constitutional Committee should convene early next year, kicking off a viable political peace process.
Proposed constitutional reforms in Turkey non-democratic: Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has censured a hotly-pursued drive by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the country’s parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
Scuffles erupt at Turkey’s parliament over constitutional change
Scuffles have broken out at Turkey’s parliament amid debates over a controversial bill on constitutional amendments, which would expand the powers of the president.
South Korea Constitutional Court begins impeachment hearings for president
South Korea’s Constitutional Court has commenced deliberations on a legislative impeachment vote against the country’s embattled President Park Geun-hye over a major corruption scandal.
Constitutional referendum underway in Kyrgyzstan
Voters in Kyrgyzstan are taking to the polls to cast their ballots in a referendum on whether to make amendments to the constitution of the ex-Soviet Central Asian country.
Honduran president announces reelection bid amid constitutional row
Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez says he plans to seek reelection next year, despite warnings from the opposition over the violation of the Central American country’s constitution, which mandates a single presidential term.
UK faces 'full-blown constitutional crisis' unless members agree on Brexit
Britain faces a “full-blown constitutional crisis” unless Prime Minister Theresa May can persuade the other nations of the UK to support her terms for withdrawing from the European Union, a leading think tank warns.
Ankara to submit proposals for constitutional changes 'very soon'
The Turkish government says it will "very soon" submit proposals to the parliament for constitutional changes that will bolster the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a controversial move that has drawn criticism.
Thais vote in junta’s constitutional referendum
People in Thailand have started going to the polls in a referendum on a constitution that has been drafted by the ruling junta in the Southeast Asian country.
Burundi constitutional court approves 3rd term bid for president
Burundi’s constitutional court has released a controversial ruling that authorizes President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third term in office despite mounting opposition to the move and related violence in the country.
Head of Turkey’s Constitutional Court resigns
"Turkey’s most senior judge has resigned expressing concern about a nascent trend of ‘politicization of the judiciary’ which could restrict judicial independence" reported.

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