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الانتقالي العراقي يتجاوز خلافات الفدرالية والإسلام
Iraq: Iraqis agree draft constitution
A temporary constitution for Iraq has finally been agreed after days of talks by the country's interim leaders.
Iraq: Can Iraq Be Democratic? by Patrick Basham
This paper contends that the White House will be gravely disappointed with the result of its effort to establish a stable liberal democracy in Iraq.
Afghanistan: Women's rights under the new constitution
The international community has one more reason to ensure the security of Afghanistan -- to help bring about the women's rights promised in the country's just completed constitution, according to experts.
Afghanistan: The new Afghan Constitution and women
WLUML presents below a brief selection of articles from the new Constitution of Afghanistan, adopted by the Loya Jirga in Kabul on Sunday, 4th January 2004.
Afghanistan: Afghan women demand more rights
Women delegates at Afghanistan's loya jirga, or grand assembly, have accused their male colleagues of trying to leave them out of leadership positions.
Afghanistan: Analysis of Afghan constitution by Nasrine Gross
Initial review of Afghanistan's Constitution.
Afghanistan: Women's rights group dissatisfied with draft constitution
Women for Afghan Women said it is "disappointed that Afghanistan's newly released draft constitution is weak in its affirmation of women's rights."
Afghanistan: Afghanistan unveils constitution
A draft Afghan constitution has been unveiled, setting out a new political system and defining Islam's role in the country.
Morocco: Directives from the King for a bill to change the existing Personal Status Code
The Moroccan King, Mohammed VI, has announced a landmark reform to the law over women's position in the family.
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