I recently read up on the amendments made to the Czech constitution to allow for popular presidential elections and stumbled across Art. 57 (2) – ‘No person may be elected President more than twice in succession’ (which already applied to indirectly elected presidents) and wondered how it looks in other European republics and how it relates to term length. The results of my study of each country’s constitution are summarised in the bar chart below.
Conducting Research Interviews: A Student-Led Methods Workshop
12 February 2013, UCL SSEES
On 12 February 2013, my colleague Erin Saltman and I will be holding a workshop on research interviews at UCL SSEES. The workshop is aimed at postgraduate research students who are either in the early stages of their research projects and plan to use research interviews or who are currently using interviews as part of their research. Continue reading
By guest author Richard Berge. It has been said that Georgia is a country with a penchant for unpredictability, and which produces a lot of history per capita. This will no doubt become further evident as Georgia gears up for the next pivotal shift in the country’s politics, the presidential elections in 2013. Continue reading