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Cabinet approved draft law Tuesday
Nine candidates ran for club presidency of the nationwide association for judges, among a total of 93 candidates to form a new board of directors.
Sunderland in north-eastern England has become the poster child for the post-industrial, working class anger that drove the Brexit vote, as Peter Geoghegan reports.
Exit polls have indicated a swing to the opposition Labor Party in Australia’s general election. PM Turnbull had called snap elections hoping to secure more seats but may now face a hung parliament.
Constitutional judges in Austria unanimously agreed that holding a repeat presidential election will strengthen trust in democracy. They were astounded by inconsistencies in the handling of the ballots.
Despite officials’ promises, Maat claims local municipal elections impossible before end of 2016
Firing his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski won’t solve the core issue of Donald Trump’s presidential run, a US elections scholar tells DW. To get to the root of the problem, Trump simply needs to look in the mirror.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni began his fifth term in power on Thursday when he was sworn into office after winning the elections in February. Opposition parties are however challenging the results.
The Supreme Electoral Commission (SEC) announced Mohamed Al-Shora as the winner in the Talkha constituency in Daqahleya governorate, who will replace expelled MP Tawfik Okasha.
The national coalition was earlier criticised for alleged attempts to take over seats
Sixteen out of 28 candidates were accepted to run for the vacant seat
MP Nader Mostafa replaced Sameh Seif El-Yazal who died last week
“Public approval of parliamentary performance is in monthly decline, and could near zero popularity by end of first legislative term,” says report
Cabinet and parliament mutual endorsement power guarantee for both, despite constitutional parliament authority
The call for assembly follows State Council decision to vacate elections results
Many perceive Tawfik Okasha as being responsible for his expulsion, having antagonised people in high places, including the president
Elections to take place in April after Tawfik Okasha’s expulsion from parliament
Former MP Tawfik Okasha was expelled from parliament last Wednesday
Okasha’s dropped membership leaves second empty seat in parliament in less than 6 months
Engineers succeeded in ending state guardianship through judicial verdict issued recently
Iranians have been casting their ballots to decide if President Rouhani’s reform-minded agenda is the way of the future. The campaign season was marred by controversy over candidate eligibility.
The president addressed the House of Representatives Saturday morning
House of Representatives begins reviewing 32 laws passed in its absence
The execution of the late cleric sparked international outrage
Students in turmoil after elections dismissal, others uncertain about final exams
Voters in the Central African Republic are optimistic Wednesday’s (30.12.2015) poll will reunite a nation torn by sectarian strife. This is the third time elections are being held since independence from France in 1960.
Ninety-nine cases of coverage banned, including authorised journalists
Elections “cancelled” due to election of “unwanted icons”: NGOs
AFTE claims decision was motivated by divergence from electoral list supported by the Future of a Nation Party and leaders in the Ministry of Higher Education