The elections to form the “Constitutional Assembly” will be held on Sunday (July 30) in Venezuela. According to Nicolás Maduro, this step “will bring peace and growth” to the Country, while “for the opposition and the most of international community” that could mean “the end of democracy” in the Bolivarian Republic.
The “opposition” would have encouraged not to vote and “the U.S., the EU, the Catholic Church, the UN and the main countries of the American continent asked to suspend” the election. Read the rest of this entry »
Yangon (Rangoon) has been capital of Myanmar (Burna). It is the “largest city” of the Country, “with a population of over five million” people (Wikipedia).
Towards “next Sunday’s elections”, following a decision of the authorities, “Yangon Region” would be on “alert” and thousands of policemen would “have been mobilised” (EFE). Read the rest of this entry »
This morning in Burundi, “polling stations” seem having opened their doors in a “saturated” atmosphere because of the “last episodes of violence happened during the weekend and the pull-out of different high-level politicians of the […] National Council for the Defense of Democracy (CNDD-FDD)”. Read the rest of this entry »
Germany. On the occasion of the “municipal elections in Dresden”, on Sunday, the “far-right movement Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the West” obtained “almost 10%” of the votes (ANSA). Read the rest of this entry »
From Uruguay, we receive the first results of departmental and municipal elections. With around “25% of the votes” scrutinized, the “left-wing Frente Amplio” (Broad Front) would aim to the “triumph in the most populated departments of Uruguay, Montevideo and Canelones”. Read the rest of this entry »
Le résultat des « élections politiques » du 19 avril en Finlande semble être favorable, avant tout, au riche « magnat Juha Sipilä » (Parti du centre). Cela en attribuant au Premier ministre en titre, Alexander Stubb, « la deuxième place, de pair avec l’allié de gouvernement Antti Juhani Rinne (du Parti social-démocrate »). Read the rest of this entry »
Distance of European institutions from the majority of civil society; consequent scepticism towards Brussels decision making and establishement; the efforts some people (in this case involved in the “I Am Europe” project) do to get citizens more interested in European politics and elections. Read the rest of this entry »