Constitution

November 14, 2018
Arturo López-Levy

The last installment of our series on Cuba's constitutional reform, an interview with scholar and political analyst Arturo López-Levy 

 

November 11, 2018
Ahmed Correa Alvarez

Cuba’s constitution should advance a more inclusive vision of the nation, one not bound by the island’s territorial limits. 

 

November 2, 2018
Amalia Pérez Martín

Cuba’s new constitution, currently under debate, leaves many rights and guarantees uncertain and ambiguous. 

October 18, 2018
Ailynn Torres Santana

In Cuba, the debate over marriage equality reflects a changing society. This is the third installment in NACLA's forum on Cuba’s constitutional reform.

September 14, 2018
Julio César Guanche

Cuba’s new constitution should do more than merely ban discrimination; it should establish more proactive measures to recognize diversity and advance equality. This is the first installment in NACLA's forum on Cuba’s constitutional reform.

March 23, 2017
Heather Vrana

A protest by abused adolescents at a homeless shelter in Guatemala led to a massive fire that killed 40 minors. The Guatemalan state is responsible.

March 8, 2017
Gavin O'Toole

The Mexican Constitution, this year celebrating its hundredth anniversary, was once lauded as one of the most progressive in the world. But political leaders have continued to chip away at its gains.

December 24, 2013
Bogotá has been rocked by indignados protesting the past two weeks due to a possibly unconstitutional removal of the city's Mayor Gustavo Petro. The Procurador Alejandro Ordoñez was behind the move, banning him from holding public office for 15 years. But the institutional force behind Ordoñez, and the consequences the removal will have in the new year, remain to be seen.  
September 25, 2007
Steven S. Volk
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