Comparing the 1971, 2012, and 2013 Egyptian Constitutions

The Comparative Constitutions Project has developed a new tool that allows one to compare the 1971, 2012, and 2013 Egyptian constitutions:  http://comparativeconstitutionsproject.org/comparing-the-egyptian-constitution/.  We have assigned the topics from the Constitute site to the texts of those three constitutions, which allows one to select a topic and see how each of the three constitutions addresses it.  If you are interested in how much (or little) the Egyptian constitution has changed as a result of the Arab Spring, then I encourage you to take a look.

(Please send me an e-mail or make a comment if you notice any errors in our assignment of topics.)

About j.melton
Lecturer in Comparative Politics, Department of Political Science, University College London

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