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Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions

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  Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions International IDEA Policy Paper No. 17  Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions International IDEA Policy Paper No. 17George Anderson and Sujit Choudhry  © 2019 International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance © Forum of Federations International IDEA publications are independent of specific national or political interests. Views expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the views of International IDEA, its Board or its Council members.References to the names of countries and regions in this publication do not represent the official position of International IDEA with regard to the legal status or policy of the entities mentioned.The electronic version of this publication is available under a Creative Commons Attribute-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) licence. You are free to copy, distribute and transmit the publication as well as to remix and adapt it, provided it is only for non-commercial purposes, that you appropriately attribute the publication, and that you distribute it under an identical licence. For more information on this licence visit the Creative Commons website: <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/>.International IDEA Strömsborg SE–103 34 Stockholm  Sweden Email: info@idea.int Forum of Federations 75 Albert Street, Suite 411 Ottawa, ON K1P 5E7 Canada Email: forum@forumfed.org Design and layout: International IDEA DOI: <https://doi.org/10.31752/idea.2019.1> ISBN: 978-91-7671-228-3Created with Booktype: <https://www.booktype.pro> International IDEA | Forum of Federations  Acknowledgements   .......................................................................................................................  6 Executive summary   .......................................................................................................................  7 Factors shaping constitutional moments   ......................................................................................  7 Constitution-making processes   ....................................................................................................  8 Constitutional design and territorial claims   ...............................................................................  10 Key recommendations   ................................................................................................................  12 1. Introduction   .............................................................................................................................  14 2. Constitutional dynamics and constitutional moments   .......................................................  15 2.1. Factors shaping constitutional moments   .............................................................................  15 2.2. The dynamics of constitutional moments   ...........................................................................  19 3. Constitution-making processes   .............................................................................................  21 3.1. Agenda-setting    ...................................................................................................................  21 3.2. Deliberation   .......................................................................................................................  26 3.3. Ratification   ........................................................................................................................  35 4. Constitutional design and territorial cleavages   ...................................................................  38 4.1. Constitutional moments and constitutional design   .............................................................  38 4.2. Symmetrical federalism or devolution with a majoritarian central government   ...................  40 4.3. Highly devolved federalism with a consociational central government   ................................  44 4.4. Special autonomy for small territories and a majoritarian central government   ....................  46 Contents  5. Conclusions   .............................................................................................................................  49 References and further reading   .................................................................................................  51 About the authors   .......................................................................................................................  54 About the organizations   .............................................................................................................  55 Center for Constitutional Transitions   .......................................................................................  55 Forum of Federations   ................................................................................................................  55 Foundation Manuel Giménez Abad   ..........................................................................................  56 International IDEA    ...................................................................................................................  56
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