Much of Wednesday’s election talk in the UK media is focusing on David Cameron’s (seemingly) spontaneous announcement that he won’t serve a third
Likud, in spite of predictions, came out of Israel’s elections ecstatic. What a party! Campaign headquarters went wild as its gains mounted. This
After Benjamin Netanyahu’s surprise election victory the prospect of a peace deal with the Palestinians, elusive at best, looks to buried in the
The Israeli elections come at a tough time for Palestinians with Israel withholding more than 100m dollars in tax revenue as well as continued settlement building.
This Tuesday (March 17th), Israelis are threatening to vote Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government out of office. Centre-left Zionist Union
International observers are keen to know what the election will mean for peace talks with the Palestinians.
Moldovans are heading to the polls on Sunday in parliamentary elections which pit pro-European parties against pro-Russian ones.
The former Soviet
Bahraini voters returned to the polls on Saturday for runoffs in a controversial election which is being boycotted by the Shia opposition.
Moldova goes to the polls on Sunday in an election being seen as a choice between continuing its path of closer integration with Europe or back
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters have begun to collect their belongings at their main camp ahead of Police warnings that it will be cleared
Thailand’s prime minister and the country’s Election Commission agreed on Wednesday to hold an election in July despite the opposition’s reluctance
Scratch the surface of elections anywhere and see what drama they contain. Samples follow.
Many people who follow general news ignore elections
Hungarians have handed Prime Minister Viktor Orban another four more years in power, incoming results in the country’s parliamentary election showed
Angela Merkel’s conservatives look set to fall just short of an historic absolute majority – despite their strongest performance in a German national
German police said they were investigating an apparent attempt to blackmail Peer Steinbrueck, the Social Democrats’ (SPD) challenger to Angela Merkel
Political tensions are soaring once again in Zimbabwe ahead of presidential and parliamentary elections that could bring an end to President Robert
Anger at the ballot box. It’s unseated 11 European leaders since the financial crisis began. That’s in part because mainstream parties on the right