The Top Constitutional Events Of 2014
Protests, military dictatorships, and democratic elections - 2014 had it all.
January: Egypt Holds Constitutional Referendum
January: Tunisia Adopts New Constitution
February: Ukraine Government Falls
March: Russia Annexes Crimea
May: Military Coup in Thailand
June: Former King of Spain Juan Carlos Abdicates
September: Scotland Holds Independence Referendum
September: Presidential Elections in Afghanistan
September: Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution
October: US Supreme Court Silent on Gay Marriage
October: Amendment Protests in Burkina Faso
November: Poll Shows Catalans Favor Independence
November: Myanmar Stalls Constitutional Reform
November: Opposition Parties Meet in Nepal
December: China Celebrates First Constitution Day
December: US Releases CIA Torture Report
December: Tunisia Holds Democratic Elections
Thank you for following constitutional news in 2014! The Comparative Constitutions Project wishes you a Happy New Year, and will continue to bring you the best in constitutional news in 2015. Be sure to check out the new Constitute site, now in both Arabic and English.
Emily Bieniek, Executive Assistant/Director of Social Media at the Comparative Constitutions Project.