Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been reelected for a second term with 92% of the vote.
PM Hun Sen reaffirms that no political crisis existed and the upcoming election would take place as scheduled.
Polls opened in Egypt for the second day of a presidential election.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s popularity at home is a mystery to many in the West and he seems, at present, invulnerable in spite of declining incomes and rising prices. John Lloyd tries to explain this enigma.
A deal with the Central Election Committee of Russia to ensure fair election.
Russia requires a mission statement – an ideology offering a distinct worldview, that offers an alternative to the Western model of liberal democracy, writes Agnia Grigas.
Russians voted in an election set to hand President Vladimir Putin a fourth Kremlin term.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp fails to regain some veto power in the city’s legislature.
Maduro says the CLAPs are his “most powerful weapon” to combat the US “economic war”.
Sonando is re-elected as president of the Beehive Social Democratic Party.
National Election Committee opened the polling stations for the senate election, which decides how the 58 available senate seats will be divided between the four contesting parties.
Thousands of Bangladeshi opposition supporters staged rallies across the country demanding the release of their leader.
The European Commission announce the suspension of assistance to the NEC after the dissolution of the opposition CNRP.
Austria votes in a parliamentary election expected to see Kurz become chancellor.
The National Assembly’s permanent committee meets to discuss changes to four elections laws, CPP will not take the CNRP seats.
Hun Sen vows to rule the country for 10 more years in light of the “treachery” of Kem Sokha.
Venezuela’s president rejects accusations that his government inflated turnout figures from its constituent assembly election.
Many Venezuelan streets are deserted and barricaded for a strike called by foes of President Nicolas Maduro.
Officials discuss whether the situation room broke the law by monitoring commune polls