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Sikh24.com - Two Sikhs Elected to New Zealand Parliament

Wellington, New Zealand, 25 September 2014. Two Sikh-Kiwis have been elected to New Zealand’s parliament in the just-concluded general elections.

Kanwaljeet Singh Bakshi and Dr Parmjeet Kaur Parmar have successfully made it to the 121-member parliament. 151 more words

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Four Months Of Vacuum

Four months is nothing. It took the Lebanese parliament 13 months to elect Rene Mouawad in 1989, and 7 months to elect Michel Sleiman in 2008. 847 more words

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Are We Heading To Parliamentary Elections?

In the last ten days, the Lebanese media was mainly preoccupied by two stories.

Here’s the first one, published by the pro-M8 newspaper Al-Akhbar: 1,780 more words

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#Ukraine: “Azov” – What’s the problem? #ParliamentaryElections

by Halya Coynash.

It had seemed hard to imagine a better gift for Russian propaganda than a Ukrainian volunteer battalion formed by men with pronounced neo-Nazi views and a penchant for flaunting the wolf’s hook and other such symbols. 874 more words

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Three Months Of Vacuum

It has been a tough month for the March 8 Alliance. In the last week of July, the Maronite Patriarch launched four consecutive maneuvers against Michel Aoun and his party, taking stances even bolder than his anti-M8 predecessor Sfeir. 1,366 more words

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#ElectionCommission Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk to vote in parliamentary elections

By Oleg Naumenko.Head of Ukraine’s Central Election Commission Mykhaylo Okhendovsky. © AFP

Mykhaylo Okhendovsky, head of Ukraine’s Central Election Commission, says it’s important to provide an opportunity to vote for Ukrainian citizens living in Crimea, as well as in war-torn Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, during the Oct. 377 more words

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The Bulgarian Socialist Party has a new leader, but will it see a new beginning?

Mihail Mikov was elected Leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party on 27 June 2014, following the resignation of Sergey Stanishev who had just become a Member of the European Parliament. 660 more words

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