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Report: Political discourse, pluralism and diversity on Facebook in Myanmar

August 12, 2020

This report is based on a pilot analysis of a series of social media monitoring reports ...

Tunisia: The absence of the Constitutional Court during the 2014-2019 legislature

August 10, 2020

In 2014, Tunisia adopted a new constitution which calls for the creation of a new Constitutional ...

2019 Annual Report

August 10, 2020

The last year was marked by widespread protests that swept countries on every continent. From the ...

Summit mythology: What did EU leaders decide on rule of law conditionality?

August 7, 2020

On 21 July, EU leaders reached a decision on the bloc’s economic response to the covid-19 ...

How access to information can help tackle corruption in Lebanon

August 4, 2020

DRI Lebanon’s Sabine El Hayek and André Sleiman examine how effectively implementing Lebanon’s access to information ...

How Libyan authorities used emergency powers to curb the spread of covid-19

July 28, 2020

Emergency measures to counter covid-19 in Libya have been amplified by the lack of a constitutional ...

Phase two of covid-19 responses across the EU – the rule of law stress test continued

July 27, 2020

With the help of 25 legal experts, Théo Fournier and Michael Meyer-Resende prepared an overview of ...

Backgrounder: Bulgaria’s protests and the rule of law

July 23, 2020

By Jil Prillwitz, Communications and Research Associate at DRI. For the past few days, tens of ...

Sri Lanka: Campaigning during the pandemic

July 16, 2020

This analysis was written by Sabra Zahid, an attorney-at-law from Sri Lanka and Programme Officer at ...

Country Report: The Rule of Law in Poland

July 7, 2020

Aleksandra Kustra-Rogatka of Torun's Nicolaus Copernicus University and a re:constitution fellow for 2019/2020 provides an overview ...