The run-up to Thailand’s weekend vote was “heavily tilted” to benefit a party close to the ruling military junta.
A new Indonesian election survey shows Widodo’s big lead over his challenger.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows every sign of trying to battle his way through the biggest crisis of his tenure even as opinion polls show he stands a real chance of losing power in an election this October.
Cambodia’s democracy should be viewed as still in the elementary school level if compared to other advanced and established democracies as discussed by Soun Nimeth , which appeared in Myanmar Times.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari wins a second term at the helm of Africa’s largest economy and top oil producer.
Khmer Rise Party president Sok Sovann Vathana Sabung says no politician will ever be able to defeat PM Hun Sen in election.
Scholar says Cambodia’s foreign policy towards its neighbours is on the right track.
One Nigerian presidential candidate and civil society groups expressed concern that the vote could now be compromised.
Khmer National United Party president Nhek Bun Chhay has warned party officials not to nominate relatives in the upcoming sub-national election.
As the royal decree for the general election has been issued, the countdown for the country’s return to democracy has officially begun.
A royal decree for Thailand’s general election was issued, to be followed by the announcement of the election date.
Thailand’s long-awaited election might be held one month later than scheduled.
The solidity and local rootedness of Filipino political dynasties are formidable obstacles to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s continued survival.
PM has issued a sub-decree increasing the amount of commanders of election security forces for the upcoming sub-national election.
Democratic Republic of Congo’s electoral commission declares Tshisekedi the winner.
With numerous general election promises given and then broken by the military regime since 2015, Thailand cannot afford to abort the February 24 poll plan.
The year saw many intriguing developments, along with several tragedies that included a spate of deadly wine poisonings in Kratie province and the cover up of a murder.
Voters in the Democratic Republic of Congo cast their ballots in the election.
2018 was a dramatic, challenging year for Cambodia. It will be remembered amongst others, for the movers and shakers in the political sector, external pressure on trade and politics and domestic policies.
Zimbabwe’s military used excessive force.
Thailand will soon hold its first election since the military seized power in a 2014 coup.
Despite the flurry of reforms, announcements, prosecutions and policy changes since the election, most legal changes – such as abolition of the death penalty – remain to be implemented in Malaysia.
Thai political parties are now free to woo votes as part of their electoral campaigns.
Modi is staring at election losses in big heartland states, polls show.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court will on Friday begin the trial of six union leaders charged over their roles in deadly protests following the 2013 election.
Chinese state media heaped pressure on Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen.
Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama will stay in power for a second term.
Deepfake technology can enable users anywhere to fabricate video of virtually anyone, doing and saying anything. With the help of artificial intelligence, the technology allows users to combine and superimpose images on to existing source video.
Opposition parties in Bangladesh say it plans to contest the December 23 election.
Argentina’s shrinking economy will bottom out in the first three months of next year.