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Spanish Electoral Debate

The Spanish Political Situation For the last few years, Spain has fluctuated from a bipartisan country to a multi-partisan one. There are currently four political parties that will play an important role in the 20 December elections. The latest polls grant the current Government around 22 % of the votes (according to Metroscopia) …

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Myanmar elections shine new hopes for citizens

NLD supporters have flooded the capital city Yangon like a red sea as Myanmar holds its first elections in 25 years. The NLD, led by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, is predicted to win the elections by a landslide. Burmese citizens have placed high hopes that their next …

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Elections in Israel: Netanyahu and The Years to Come

Before the Elections: the False Winds of Change As the various runner ups for the Israel elections raced to the top, the spirit of the people of Israel  seemed to be one determined on change. And yet, despite the optimist nature of this widespread claim, it should have been clear that …

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Brigitte Sarkó

M. Sarkó is Back The seductive power over the French electorate of the UMP leader, M. Sarkó, seems to experience an inexorable comeback. This is what the results of the French departmental elections suggest. The victory he obtained in the elections of March 29th represents a clear endorsement in view of …


Bulgarian Elections: A Missed Opportunity

Yet new parliamentary elections took place in Bulgaria 6 days ago, after the most recent government stepped down on 23rd July 2014, after just 441 days in office. Extensive protests have been plaguing the country for more than a year, amid growing dissatisfaction of the population. This was the third …