In this interesting op-ed, Arnold Corso suggests that the answer to the question in the title is "yes." The Myanmar constitution--17 years in the making--was produced in a behind-the-scences process with no public participation. It is fairly inflexible as well. Although it has a good deal of detail which we find to be associated with enduring constitutions, Corso predicts that on balance it was born to fail.
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