Voting in one of India’s most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day.
With the Indian elections kicking off on April 11, all eyes are on the results scheduled for May 23. There is little doubt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will emerge as the largest party in parliament.
President Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party is seeking a full recount of all votes cast in local elections in Istanbul, a senior party official said on Sunday, a week after initial results showed a narrow victory for Turkey’s main opposition party.
In Japan’s forthcoming quadrennial unified local elections there will be 1,000 separate elections. More than 230 political heads, such as prefectural governors and city and town mayors, will be elected by direct vote along with some 15,000 prefectural and municipal assembly members.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that Cambodia intends to host the 32nd Phnom Penh SEA Games in May 2023 citing a desire to avoid clashes with elections due to take place later that year.
Sourn Serey Ratha to create a new political party before the 2022 commune elections.
The Dutch government will lose its majority in the Senate after provincial elections, preliminary results showed.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remained under pressure over a corruption scandal on Wednesday as a legislator quit his party’s caucus and a pre-election budget aimed at swaying key voters appeared to offer too little to stem the tide of negative news.
Sourn Serey Ratha said he will submit required documents with the Interior Ministry in order to create a new political party before the 2022 commune elections.
The US is pushing the UN Security Council to formally call for free, fair and credible presidential elections in Venezuela.
Maduro has proposed holding early elections for the National Assembly.
The return of Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha seems the most likely outcome under the current system, where 250 junta-appointed senators join members of parliament in voting for the prime minister.
The King signs off on an amendment increasing the number of local council seats.
For most Thais, the result of an inadequate public education is a lifetime of unskilled or semi-skilled employment, dooming them to the lower rungs of the economic ladder.
The Khmer National United Party has addressed concerns about the amount of time Funcinpec is taking to join forces in order to be a legitimate contender in future elections.
Indonesians go to the polls in April to choose either a strongman candidate – an Indonesian Bolsonaro – or an incumbent whose democratic commitment looks to be fraying.
After a roller-coaster of a year in which the country held national elections and the European Union announced it is reviewing Cambodia’s trade status, 2019 seems poised to bring plenty of opportunities to the rapidly-growing SME sector in Cambodia.
The National Assembly passes an amendment to the law on district council elections.
Nationwide voting opened morning, in Bangladesh’s general elections.
India slashes the sales tax rate on over 20 items.
Cambodia awaits a cross-border rail transportation with Thailand.
President Evo Morales is free to run as a candidate in country’s primary elections.
Cambodian women faced challenges when entering politics during last year’s commune elections, according to a group of NGOs that trained women to enter politics.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is the favourite to win a second and mandated final term in the legislative and presidential elections on April 27. But to secure re-election, Mr Widodo must find a way to appeal to all voters in a country increasingly divided along religious lines.
US rights advocates were on the alert for ways in which votes were possibly suppressed.
The 2018 US midterm elections will be held in one week. The Democratic Party still has an edge, but the question is how much actual impact the so-called blue wave has, the key momentum of which is identity politics – a popular concept in US politics.
The US says it will send over 5,200 troops to help secure the border with Mexico.
Over 3 million Afghan voters cast their ballot in the country’s parliamentary elections.
In 1998, 20 years ago this year, the combined pressures of a regional economic collapse, student protests, elite defection, urban riots and a polarised military led long-time strongman Suharto to step down from the Indonesian presidency.
Maldives Elections Commission says Solih had won the election after securing 58.3%.