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Philippines: Duterte wants new constitution to bar him from reelection
9 JulyPresident Rodrigo Duterte will ask the Consultative Committee (Con-Com) and Congress to insert a provision in their proposed constitution that would make it imp…
Philippines: Con-Com approves federal constitution for submission to Duterte
3 JulyThe Consultative Committee (Con-Com) formed by President Rodrigo Duterte approved on Tuesday, July 3, a draft constitution they will submit to the Chief Executi…
The president of the Philippines wants to change the constitution
2 JulyNEVER one to stick to a script, Rodrigo Duterte regales audiences with tirades, profanities and anecdotes. A politician forged in town-hall frays, he knows how …
Op-ed: Why Are So Many Democracies Breaking Down?
23 MayItaly, Poland, Hungary and even Spain: European democracy is in shambles. Critical threats to democracy have also surfaced in countries like Turkey, Brazil and …
Op-ed: Contrasting constitutional reform in the Philippines and South Korea
24 AprilFrom the early 1970s to the mid-1980s, both the Philippines and South Korea were ruled by brutal authoritarian regimes. Filipinos ousted the dictator Ferdinand …