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Precarious Ladakh up for a surprise Congress plagued with internal strife, Split Kargil leadership ineffective

Leh: The internal bickering in Congress and the strife in Kargil’s Muslim leadership has thrown the ruling coalition’s prospectus in Ladakh Parliamentary constituency into a precarious situation. 538 more words

Now That's Using Your Marbles: Illiteracy and Voting

Several of the national elections taking place across the globe this year are noteworthy for their size (India), historical significance (Afghanistan and  South Africa), and complexity (Indonesia). 527 more words

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New post for presidential-power.com: Hungary – Prime Minister Orbán re-elected, Fidesz government will hold 2/3 majority in parliament

On Sunday Hungary held the first parliamentary elections since its new constitution came into force on 1 January 2012. As expected, the governing Fidesz-KDNP won the elections by a large margin and will (very likely) once again hold a 2/3 majority in the assembly. 41 more words

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AL’s Anupam Shahjahan wins Tangail by-election

Tangail – Ruling Awami League candidate Anupam Shahjahan Joy won the Tangail-8 by-elections held on Saturday, according to unofficial result announced by the election commission. 108 more words

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AL’s Anupam Shahjahan wins Tangail by-election

Tangail – Ruling Awami League candidate Anupam Shahjahan Joy won the Tangail-8 by-elections held on Saturday, according to unofficial result announced by the election commission. 108 more words

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Beyond the Political Implications of Early Elections: Macedonia

After Macedonia’s ruling coalition failed to agree on a presidential candidate, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and lawmakers voted to dissolve parliament and marked April 27 as the date for snap elections. 769 more words

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Colombia on the crossroads after parliamentary elections

It was an exciting race in front of the screen. On Sunday, 32.8 million Colombians had to the chance to head to the polls to elect the lower and upper house of parliament. 1,045 more words

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