The Stanford Law School Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP) has just posted an archive of Afghanistan’s 2004 constitution drafting period.
The documents in the collection are divided into twelve bulk sets in zipped files ranging in size from 176 to 569 MB.
The documents are chiefly in Dari with some documents in English.
ALEP is proud to host this unique collection of documents from Afghanistan’s 2001-2004 Constitution drafting period. The collection includes early versions of the Constitution and notes discussing its drafting and intent. The full extent of the collection is still uncharted. No one, to our knowledge, has surveyed the full collection.