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Topic - Lise Storm
"The king is taking charge of the constitutional reform, which allows him to control the extent to which new measures will be allowed," she says. "By kick-starting the process and openly supporting it, he is not only going to stay in control, he will also be cementing the view held by the general population and the international community as the person to go to when real decisions need to be made, as well as the view of him as a reformer."
The proof of change will come when the revised constitution actually limits the king's powers, said Ms. Storm, which she believes is unlikely.