There was a great new post at ConstitutionNet written by editor Adem K Abebe. Take a look at this excerpt:
The COVID-19 pandemic occupied social, political and media attention for much of 2020 and disrupted most ‘normal’ human habits. There is, however, one thing whose momentum has not slowed down in this most unusual year: constitution building. New constitutions were born (e.g. in Algeria and Guinea-Conakry), significant amendments were approved (e.g. in Malta, Samoa and Georgia) and reform processes were initiated (e.g. in Chile, Kenya, and Sri Lanka) across the four corners of the globe.
Through ConstitutionNet, the Constitution Building Programme of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA) has been following, collating, synthesizing and analyzing these constitutional reform developments. In particular, the Voices from the Field series enable local constitutional experts to analyze and share their views both on the process and content of reforms in their respective countries to a global audience.
ConstitutionNet is a “project created to support legislators, constitutional lawyers and other constitutional practitioners in finding useful and relevant information, sharing knowledge and building a community of best practice”. See their website for more info.