Ireland set to hold vote on blasphemy laws
Voters will be asked to decide whether blasphemy laws should be removed from the Irish constitution. Blasphemy is still considered a serious crime that carries heavy penalties – although no one has actually been convicted for the offense.
Cubans begin debate on draft constitution
Cubans are about to begin debate on a draft constitution in a series of public forums, which will present their conclusions to lawmakers. The draft builds upon changes to the Cuban economy since 2010 and paves the way to recognizing a private sector.
Ekweremadu calls for constitutional amendment to increase women participation in Nigerian politics
Nigerian Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has called for the amendment of section 42 of the 1999 constitution to enable the increment of women in politics.
Lawmaker insists restructuring proponents must be guided by the constitution
Lawmaker insists restructuring proponents must be guided by the constitution.
Xi calls for building elite forces during massive military parade
Chinese President Xi Jinping told the military on Sunday to transform itself into an elite force, as he oversaw a parade with flybys of advanced jets and a mass rally of troops to mark 90 years since the founding of the People's Liberation Army.
Nigerian Senator Shehu Sani speaks on amending the Constitution
Nigeria's National assembly has concluded the first leg of the amendment process on the 1999 Constitution.
Constitution amendment - NASS joint committees hold retreat in Lagos
Constitution amendment - NASS joint committees hold retreat in Lagos.