Your search for Constitution retrieved 162 results.

Constitutional Decision Upholding Decriminalization of Soft Drugs (June 10, 2014) by Dante Figueroa

On May 29, 2014, the Criminal Chamber of Italy's Supreme Court (Corte Suprema di Cassazione), upheld ...

Topic: Constitution; Controlled substances; Crime and law enforcement
Jurisdiction: Italy

Marriage Defined as Between One Man and One Woman (June 10, 2014) by Wendy Zeldin

On June 4, 2014, the National Council of the Slovak Republic (NCSR, the country's parliament) adopted ...

Topic: Constitution; Families ; Human rights; Marriage and family status; Same-sex marriage
Jurisdiction: Slovak Republic

Constitutional Amendment Approved (June 09, 2014) by Eduardo Soares

On May 27, 2014, the Brazilian Federal Senate approved a proposal for a constitutional amendment that ...

Topic: Constitution; Drug trafficking; Labor
Jurisdiction: Brazil

Constitutional Decision Upholding Decriminalization of Soft Drugs (June 09, 2014) by Dante Figueroa

On May 29, 2014, the Criminal Chamber of Italy's Supreme Court (Corte Suprema di Cassazione), upheld ...

Topic: Constitution; Controlled substances; Crime and law enforcement
Jurisdiction: Italy

Concept for Constitutional Amendments Announced (May 09, 2014) by Peter Roudik

On April 10, 2014, the Commission on Constitutional Reforms, established under the President of Armenia, announced ...

Topic: Constitution; Government
Jurisdiction: Armenia

Debate over Right of Interim President to Regulate Parliamentary Elections (April 25, 2014) by George Sadek

There is a current debate in Egypt between two groups of legal scholars on whether the ...

Topic: Constitution; Elections and politics
Jurisdiction: Egypt

President Promulgates Electoral Political Reform (March 31, 2014) by Norma Gutierrez

On February 10, 2014, a decree published in Mexico's federal gazette amended, added, and repealed many ...

Topic: Constitution; Elections and politics
Jurisdiction: Mexico

Call for More Women in Parliament (March 21, 2014) by Constance Johnson

A prominent human rights activist has called on the parliament of Swaziland to live up to ...

Topic: Constitution; Legislative bodies; Women's rights
Jurisdiction: Swaziland

Formation of New Government Creates Constitutional Conundrum (March 06, 2014) by Issam Saliba

On February 15, 2014, a new government was formed in Lebanon after more than ten months ...

Topic: Constitution; Legislative bodies
Jurisdiction: Lebanon

Constitutional Amendment on Energy (February 12, 2014) by Gustavo Guerra

In December 2013, the Mexican government approved an amendment to a number of provisions on energy ...

Topic: Constitution; Energy; Oil and gas; Power generation and transmission
Jurisdiction: Mexico

Government Actions Against Judiciary Raise Concerns (February 03, 2014) by Kelly Buchanan

Potential Constitutional Crisis

On January 31, 2014, it was reported that the Government ...

Topic: Constitution; Judiciary
Jurisdiction: Nauru

Constitution Approved in Popular Referendum (January 30, 2014) by George Sadek

On January 19, 2014, a final draft of the Egyptian Constitution was approved by 98% of ...

Topic: Constitution
Jurisdiction: Egypt

New Constitution Adopted by National Assembly (January 28, 2014) by George Sadek

On January 27, 2014, the National Assembly of Tunisia approved the final draft of the country's ...

Topic: Constitution
Jurisdiction: Tunisia

Court Finds Immunity Law Unconstitutional (January 23, 2014) by Wendy Zeldin

On January 15, 2014, the Constitutional Court of Romania issued a ruling finding unconstitutional draft legislation ...

Topic: Constitution; Corruption; Crime and law enforcement; Officials and employees
Jurisdiction: Romania

New Law Allows Individuals to Vote at Any Polling Place (January 15, 2014) by George Sadek

On January 6, 2014, the Egyptian President issued Law 8-2014, governing the constitutional referendum process for ...

Topic: Constitution; Elections and politics; Voting rights
Jurisdiction: Egypt

Constitutional Amendment Banning Gay Marriage Passed by Referendum (January 13, 2014) by Peter Roudik

On December 1, 2013, a national referendum was held in Croatia on the inclusion in the ...

Topic: Constitution; Marriage and family status; Same-sex marriage
Jurisdiction: Croatia

Supreme Court Rules Government Ordinance on Truth and Reconciliation Commission to Be Unconstitutional (January 08, 2014) by Wendy Zeldin

On January 2, 2014, Nepal's Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional an ordinance adopted by the Maoist-led government ...

Topic: Constitution; Human rights; War crimes
Jurisdiction: Nepal

Pennsylvania Moves Toward Rare Constitutional Change (December 31, 2013) by Robert Brammer and Barbara Bavis

On December 17, 2013, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives approved two bills that would amend article ...

Topic: Constitution; Legislative bodies
Jurisdiction: United States

Romanian Recognized as the Official Language (December 23, 2013) by Peter Roudik

On December 5, 2013, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova ruled that the Romanian ...

Topic: Constitution; Language
Jurisdiction: Moldova

Unprecedented Claim Filed with Constitutional Court to Dissolve a Political Party (December 23, 2013) by Sayuri Umeda

On November 5, 2013, the Korean government filed a claim with the country's Constitutional Court to ...

Topic: Constitution; Elections and politics
Jurisdiction: South Korea

 Back to Top

Last updated: June 10, 2014