Opinion: Constitution making in Libya – what lessons from Tunisia?
By Geoffrey Weichselbaum and Duncan Pickard.
Libya’s Constitutional Assembly may be the last best hope for a public body that can restore credibility to the country’s political institutions. What lessons can they learn from Tunisia, where its National Constituent Assembly recently adopted a new Constitution?
The complete version of this article was published in the Libya Herald and can be found here.
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