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Demonstrators in Chile voice their support for new draft constitution
On 4 September, more than 15 million Chileans will vote on the proposed draft for a new constitution, which, if approved, will turn the country into a full-fledged democracy, according to experts.
France proposes bill to enshrine abortion rights in constitution
The move comes after a landmark ruling in the United States which has allowed several states to ban abortion.
Voters in Kazakhstan overwhelmingly approve constitutional amendments
The vote seemingly aimed to weaken the grip of former strongman Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Biden and Harris blast court move to 'deny women's rights' on abortion
The leadked draft opinion that would overturn the constitutional right to abortion nationwide has sparked demonstrations on both sides of the divide.
Italy makes protecting the environment a part of its constitution
The state must now safeguard biodiversity, ecosystems and the environment.
Belarus unveils constitutional changes to extend Lukashenko's rule
The amendments will be up for a referendum, scheduled for February 2022, and will be considered approved if more than 50% vote for them, with a turnout threshold at 50%.
Rare copy of US Constitution sells for a world record €38 million
It is one of only 11 known surviving copies of the US charter.
Poland seeks to clarify court ruling in EU legal supremacy row
The Polish foreign minister says last week's bombshell court ruling protects national sovereignty and is in line with French and German constitutional court opinions.
Tens of thousands of Polish EU supporters demonstrate in Warsaw
Large protests were held across Poland on Sunday in a show of support for the European Union after the nation's constitutional court ruled this week that the Polish constitution overrides some EU laws.
Ukraine, Baltics, Poland leaders commemorate constitution anniversary
The 1791 Constitution was intended to strengthen the rule of law and protect the country against aggression from neighbouring powers, including Russia.
Putin signs law allowing him two more terms as Russia's leader
The Russian president, who has been in power for longer than any other Kremlin leader since Josef Stalin, could hold on to his job until 2036.
Erdogan wants to draft a new 'civilian' constitution for Turkey
The president said Turkey's current constitution contains "indelible" traces of the "military tutelage".
Macron proposes French constitutional referendum on climate change
The French president said the referendum would be on whether to amend the constitution to reflect the fight against climate change and protecting the environment.
Water cannons used on anti-government protesters in Thailand
Protesters want substantial changes to Thailand's constitution and reforms to the monarchy.
Chileans celebrate on streets after voting for new constitution
Chileans celebrate on the streets after they voted overwhelmingly in a landmark referendum on Sunday to replace their dictator-era constitution, long seen as underpinning the nation's glaring economic and social inequalities.
Chile: Protesters face off against police ahead of referendum
Chilean police used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters gathered at Santiago's iconic Plaza Italia square.
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UK settled status applications spike as EU says much still to be done
The European Union has cautioned that 'a lot of work' remains if there is to be any Brexit deal by the October 31 deadline.
EU's Tusk slams Polish leaders for 'disrespecting constitution'
European Council President Donald Tusk called on Poland's political leaders to respect the constitution on Friday, amid speculation that he may return to domestic politics when his term ends in November.
A newly passed bill could extend Sisi's rule for another decade
Egypt's parliament have approved amendments to the constitution that could keep President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in power until 2030. The reform must still be endorsed in a referendum which, if approved, would lengthen the country's presidential terms to six years including Sisi's current term.