Democratic constitution making: experiences from Nepal, Kenya, South Africa, and Sri Lanka
Nepal South Asia Center, 2007 - Law - 146 pages
Contributions présentées lors d'un séminaire et d'une lecture publique tenus à Katmandou du 3 au 5 août 2004.
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Making an Inclusive Constitution in a Plural
February First and Nepali Discourse
Rhetoric and Realities of Interim
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