Assessment of the Lebanese Electoral Framework ahead of the 6 May Elections

On 6 May, Lebanon will elect its parliament under a new proportional electoral system. DRI and LADE have assessed the new law.

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Pakistan's 2018 Delimitation of Electoral Districts: Analysis of preliminary results

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has recently re-drawn electoral constituencies across the country, putting more emphasis on administrative boundaries than equality of the vote.

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Right-wing Twitter propaganda against GroKo

Right-wing activists that targeted Angela Merkel and Martin Schulz during the German elections are back at it.

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Tunisian judges study human rights protections

DRI coorganised with IDEA and DCAF a study tour of senior Tunisian judges to Germany to discuss the role of the judge in protecting constitutional rights and freedoms.

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False frames

How we undermine democracy with careless language

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Sri Lanka: Let’s Talk About Our Constitution!

We prepared the brochure “Let’s Talk About Our Constitution” to provide a fact-based summary of the constitutional reform process and the key proposals submitted within the Constitutional Assembly.

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Europe’s democracies are transforming and ‘populism’ is a poor explanation

Our debate brought together 25 academic experts such as Ivan Krastev, Ilke Toygür, Richard Youngs and Takis Pappas as well as diplomats and civil society representatives from ten European countries.

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Social Media in the German Elections, Issue No. 2

With only six days until the German elections, we take another look at how the campaign is unfolding on Twitter.

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