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41. lifestyle | 29 Jan 2015
» Along with nationality, age and religion, the Thai Constitution has recognised the term "sex" as one factor that should not be subject to discrimination.
42. news | 28 Jan 2015
» The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) has approved a proposal seeking to strip the Election Commission (EC) of the power to organise polls.
43. news | 25 Jan 2015
» The Constitution Drafting Committee wants more oversight of independent bodies assigned to scrutinise private companies and political office holders.
44. news | 24 Jan 2015
» The German election method to be adopted into the new constitution may hinder the country's development because a government can never be strong and a chance that a party will have majority votes to drive its key po...
45. news | 23 Jan 2015
» The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) has recommended that parliament considers putting on hold the draft amendment to the anti-corruption law that seeks to give more power to the National Anti-Corruption Commission ...
46. news | 23 Jan 2015
» Charter drafters yesterday reversed their decision to include a prohibition on "hate speech" in the new constitution, arguing such a ban might restrict media freedom.
47. news | 22 Jan 2015
» The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) has agreed to reduce the tenure of the charter court president from nine years to three years but decided not to impose a limit on the number of terms the judge can serve.
48. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Yemen's president and Shiite militia reached a nine-point agreement Wednesday under which the militia are to withdraw from government buildings in return for concessions over a draft constitution, state media said.
49. news | 21 Jan 2015
» The president of the Constitutional Court can serve multiple three-year terms while the court's justices will serve nine years or until they are 70 under the new constitution.
50. news | 20 Jan 2015
» The Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) has proposed that judges holding executive posts should leave office at the age of 65, but should be allowed to serve in the judiciary as senior judges until they are 70.