Madagascar’s High Constitutional Court has upheld the victory of Andry Rajoelina.
British liberals may hope the House of Commons’ likely failure to pass the government’s Brexit proposals will secure a second referendum to reverse the vote to leave. But it would generate class war, writes John Lloyd, risking a confrontation between the national populists and the liberals.
Pich Sros, president of Cambodian Youth Party, said on Sunday that many people turned out to vote in Tboung Khmum province where he voted.
Prime Minister Hun Sen and his wife casted their ballots in Kandal province’s Takhmao city and witnessed by dozens of national and international observers.
Unions representing thousands of workers have urged garment workers to vote in the national election.
City Hall will suspend the bus operations in the capital on Sunday to make it possible for bus staff to vote.
As Cambodian Youth Party leaders struggle to inform voters of who they are, CPP is teaching villagers how to vote.
Throughout history, countries where citizens have stopped participating in the political process have generally met unfavorable ends.
NEC urges all business owners to help employees travel to vote in the national election.
Political debate is gaining steam in Cambodia as the 6th general election approaches. Twenty political parties have been registered to contest for 125 seats in the National Assembly.
Timor-Leste’s independence hero Xanana Gusmao is back as prime minister after his AMP coalition ousted the Fretilin–Democratic Party minority government at Saturday’s parliamentary elections.
Iraqis vote for the first time since the defeat of Islamic State.
Malaysians offer funding to help people return to their home towns to vote.
Interior Minister calls on people to use their right to vote in the upcoming election.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been reelected for a second term with 92% of the vote.
The National Election Committee announces that the upcoming Senate election would be carried out at 33 polling stations.
The Norway-based Cambodia Watchdog Council International has appealed to Cambodian people not to vote.
Iraqi Kurds vote in an independence referendum, defy warnings in a historic step.
Nearly 60,000 people have registered to vote in next year’s national election during the first week of registration.
Energised by massive vote against Nicolas Maduro in unofficial plebiscite, Venezuela’s opposition mulled how to escalate protests and block a new congress.