Resources:

The Following are public documents that are relevant to the Libyan constitutional process: 

Libya's 1951 Constitution 

 

National Constituent Assembly, "Libya's Constitution", October 7, 1951, Abolished by a Military Coup d'etat on September 1, 1969 (Unofficial English Translation) 

The Constitutional Declaration 

 

The Interim Transitional National Council, "Draft Constitutional Charter For the Transitional Stage", August 3, 2011 (Unofficial English Translation) 

The Seventh 
Amendment to the Constitutional Declaration 

 

General National Congress, Seventh Amendment to the Constitutional Declaration, March 11, 2014 (Unofficial English Translation) 

Election Law Guiding Elections to the Constituent Assembly 

 

General National Congress, "Law 17 (2013): On the Election fo the Constituent Assembly In Charge of Drafting the Constitution", July 16, 2013 (Unofficial English Translation) 

The First 
Amendment to the Constitutional Declaration 

 

The Interim Transitional National Council, First Amendment of Article 30 of the Constitutional Declaration, March 13, 2012 (Unofficial English Translation) 

"Democracy Standards in an Islamic Context" - Conference Report 

 

Democracy Reporting International with Right to Nonviolence and the Sadeq Institute, "Democracy Standards in an Islamic Context", Tripoli, Libya, June 23, 2013, published October 4, 2013 (English Translation) 

Report: "Decentralisation in Libya" 

 

Democracy Reporting International, The Sadeq Institute, and The Research and Consulting Centre at the University of Benghazi, "Decentralisation in Libya", September 2013. 

The Nation-Wide Survey on the Constitution Technical Report and Survey Results

 

Research and Consulting Centre - University of Benghazi, "The Nation-Wide Survey on the Constitution Technical Report and Survey Results", funded by UNDP and EUNIDA, February, March, 2013. 

Report: "Constituent Assembly Elections in Libya: Assessment of the Legal Framework" 

 

Democracy Reporting International and The Sadeq Institute, "Constituent Assembly Elections in Libya: Assessment of the Legal Framework", September 2013. 

"Proposal for a Roadmap for the General National Congress (GNC) and the Government" 

 

Abdelmonem Hussein Sadeq Alyaseer (Member of the General National Congress), "Proposal for a Roadmap for the General National Congress (GNC) and the government", 28 September 2013. 

Report: "A Working Plan: Libya's Constitutional Assembly" (Part 1 of 2)

 

Tarek Megerisi, "A Working Paper: Libya's Constitutional Assembly", The Sadeq Institute, October 18, 2013. 

Report: "The 2014 Constitution-Drafting Assembly Elections in Libya" 

 

The Carter Center, "Final Report: The 2014 Constitution-Drafting Assembly Elections in Libya", 6 May 2014.

The Third 
Amendment to the Constitutional Declaration 

 

The Interim Transitional National Council, Third Amendment of Article 30 of the Constitutional Declaration, July 5, 2012 (Unofficial English Translation) 

Article: "Libyan constitutionality and sovereignty post-Qadhafi: the Islamist, regionalist, and Amazigh challenges" 

 

Youssef Sawani and Jason Pack, "Libyan constitutionality and sovereignty post-Qadhafi: the islamist, regionalist, and Amazigh challenges", The Journal of North African Studies, 18:4, 523-543, published online: September 18,  2013.

Report: "Libya's Constitutional Assembly: Organisational First Steps" (Part 2 of 2)

 

Tarek Megerisi, "Libya's Constitutional Assembly: Organisational First Steps", The Sadeq Institute, October 20, 2013. 

Report: "Constitution Building in Libya" 

 

International IDEA, "Constitution Building in Libya", June 2014.

Graph: Constitutional Timelines of Select Countries 

 

Prepared by Libertas Constitutionanl Consulting, commissioned by Rashad Consulting, and funded by UNDP, June 2014.

Chart: Comparison of 18 Different Constitutional Processes 

Prepared by Libertas Constitutionanl Consulting, commissioned by Rashad Consulting, and funded by UNDP, June 2014.

Syllabus: First Amendment Law & its History

 

For a class taught by Lorianne Updike Toler, president of Libertas Constitutional Consulting, at New England Law, Boston Fall 2019. 

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