Constitutions International

Briefing Paper 19: Constitution-Making in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya

The paper argues that the three most progressed transitions – in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya – suffer from a lack of attention to different forms of majority decision-making. It appears that most policymakers in the region equate democracy with simple majority rule, while in constitution-making supermajorities are regularly employed.

Picture: Amine Ghrabi



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