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NRSA considers review of Constitution every 10 years

 

The National Reform Steering Assembly (NRSA) is considering a proposal to revise the Constitution every 10 years in a bid to ensure its relevancy.

 

The matter was among other issues proposed by the NRSA’s political reform committee to be part of the national strategy plan. They will be deliberated at the NRSA’s meeting on Monday.

 

The political reform committee proposed eight other points as part of the national strategy. Among them was the creation of an “ethics system” for political improvement and a “legitimacy system” to examine the work of government agencies in dealing with social and economic problems.

 

In addition, there were also points to improve difficulties in elections as well as to boost national harmony.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30316403

 
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Some countries have fixed term parliaments and presidencies. We will have fixed term constitutions...

 

Does this mean that it will be mandatory to have a coup at the 7 year point?

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How bored must these NRSA people be, to come forward with such irrelevant proposals.

Don't worry , if the constitution is "no good for national harmony" then the next general will take care long before 10 years are over.

 

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continued complete rewrites of constitutions doesnt make sense; surely the largest parts of them are not all that different; simply review them and CHANGE select portions; if you just Have to have a new one then call the changed one a new one

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Maybe it is a misprint and means have a coup every ten years?  Seems to be about the average time between them.  But on a more serious note, every constitution should have some means of change. The USA constitution is constantly evolving as law rulings come in, and every now and then new amendments are added or removed.  Those take a little more work, but the provisions are there.

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Wrong time to even be discussing this.

 

I hope the next government, if there is one, changes the constitution. I mean the constitution recently voted upon, and I don't think even now finalised.

 

What a total mess.

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20 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

In addition, there were also points to improve difficulties in elections as well as to boost national harmony.

In other words there may be a few small loopholes left to close to keep the military in quasi power. 

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