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Parliament is moving forward with constitutional reform, but without changes to the monarchy. The political avenue for compromise has narrowed. Frustrations on both sides increase the risk of conflict in the streets. Political tensions have increased in the past few days and could manifest in more confrontations and possibly more serious violence between protesters and police in the streets over the coming weeks. The next major demonstration is scheduled for 25 November at the head office of the Crown Property Bureau, which manages the monarchy’s wealth. The trigger
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