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South Korea: Ousted president Park Geun-hye appears in court as deliberation over her arrest continues

A South Korean court began deliberating on Thursday whether to arrest ousted president Park Geun-hye, who was removed from office in a corruption scandal involving charges she solicited bribes from the..
DNA

Armenia gears up for ‘milestone’ parliamentary vote

Armenia votes in landmark legislative elections Sunday (2 April) for the first time since the adoption of constitutional reforms aimed at transforming the ex-Soviet country into a parliamentary..
EurActiv

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News video: "Dreamer" Faces Bigger Fight After Winning Court Battle

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A Mexican man who has spent more than six weeks in immigration detention despite being a "Dreamer." He participated in the program which is designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as..
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News video: South Korea's Park Will Be In Larger Cell Than Others

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If ousted South Korean president Park Geun-hye is arrested this week, she will be sent to a solitary cell where she will be expected to rise at 6:30 a.m. and go to bed by 9 p.m. The only privilege she..
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News video: Trump Administration Details Policy On Sanctuary Cities

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Political reporter Melissa Caen says the Trump Administration's stance on sanctuary cities raises constitutional questions. (3/27/17)
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News video: 13 States File to Support Trump's Travel Ban in Legal Fight

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Twelve state attorneys general and one governor filed an amicus brief supporting the Trump administration in a legal battle over its travel ban.
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Why Spain Would Like A ‘Soft’ Brexit For The UK – Analysis

why spain would like a ‘soft’ brexit for the uk – analysis
Spain has good reasons for wanting the best possible relationship between Britain and the EU as a result of Brexit, but it cannot allow the UK to be better off outside the EU than inside it. By..
Eurasia Review

MEPs Set Out Conditions For Approving UK Brexit Withdrawal Agreement

The Conference of Presidents endorsed a motion for a resolution drawn up by the leaders of four political groups and the Constitutional Affairs Committee, in which they set out their conditions for a..
Eurasia Review

Conservative think tank concludes Trump can rescind Bears Ears Monument

A new report published by a conservative policy think tank contends President Donald Trump has the constitutional authority...
Deseret News

Supreme Court to hear various petitions on triple talaq today; will Muslim women`s plea be heard?

The Supreme Court will on Thursday hear various petition on the Constitutional legitimacy of 'triple talaq' and polygamy in the Muslim community.
Zee News

Second Foundation: Empire Crumbling

second foundation: empire crumbling
Authored by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, In *Part One* of this article I analyzed the similarities of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation Trilogy to Strauss & Howe’s Fourth Turning, trying to..
Zero Hedge

Judge in Hawaii extends order blocking Trump's travel ban

A federal judge in Hawaii decided to extend his order blocking President Donald Trumps travel ban. US District Judge Derrick Watson issued the longer-lasting hold on the ban just hours after hearing..
Deccan Herald

Lok Sabha passes GST supplementary bills

The historic Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime today came a step closer to meet its July 1 target of rollout, with the Lok Sabha approving four supplementary legislations. The Central GST Bill,..
Deccan Herald

Neuberger speaks out on constitutional divide between judges and politicians

Supreme Court president says judges 'felt attacked personally' by Brexit case headlines.
Law Society Gazette

Q&A: The European Commission's guide to Article 50 and the Brexit process

q&a: the european commission's guide to article 50 and the brexit process
It's finally happened - Theresa May has triggered Article 50. But what does that actually mean, you may be asking.  Luckily, the European Commission has put together a guide to the next steps, in..
City A.M.

Historian David Starkey at Sturminster Newton Exchange

historian david starkey at sturminster newton exchange
David Starkey will present "The King is Dead: royal death and succession under the Tudors" at The Exchange, Sturminster Newton on Thursday 6th April.With over-mighty father confessors, concealed deaths..
Blackmore Vale

Article 50: Everything you need to know

article 50: everything you need to know
Tomorrow is likely to go down in history. Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 and officially begin the Brexit process. Here's everything you need to know. *What is Article..
City A.M.

SNP should focus more on the day job, and less on tearing the UK apart

snp should focus more on the day job, and less on tearing the uk apart
The Scottish Labour leader argues in her column that the political leaders involved in this constitutional upheaval, both SNP and Tory, will cause great harm to our country.
Daily Record

Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey could end decades-long EU bid because we are 'no one's whipping boy'

Comment comes after prime minister's suggestion that all political and administrative links with European Union are up for review following April constitutional referendum
Independent

Scotland could remain in Europe until IndyRef2 is held says EU report

scotland could remain in europe until indyref2 is held says eu report
The post-Brexit compromise route has been suggested by constitutional expert Brendan O’Leary in a paper to the European Parliament.
Daily Record

Dutch government-commissioned report stresses importance of City access

dutch government-commissioned report stresses importance of city access
An official report commissioned by the Dutch government has stressed the importance of the City to EU markets ahead of Brexit negotiations. The report, published in Dutch this week, advises..
City A.M.

Turkish behavior in referendum campaign defies comment: Schaeuble

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The behavior of Turkish politicians campaigning for a constitutional change to expand the powers of President Tayyip Erdogan is so "unimaginable" that it defies comment, German..
Reuters

Scottish people split over independence referendum before Brexit, poll suggests

It comes against the backdrop of a constitutional stand-off between Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon, as the Scottish First Minister renewed her assault on Downing Street's 'intransigence' and..
Independent

Ignoring Scottish referendum mandate would 'shatter' UK structure: Sturgeon

ABERDEEN, Scotland (Reuters) - Nicola Sturgeon will press on with plans to hold a new Scottish independence referendum and said on Saturday that a continued refusal by Britain's prime minister to..
Reuters

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