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More2 months ago
Chileans vote for new president in most divisive elections
Chileans go to the polls or a first round of a divisive presidential election, following a campaign scarred by two years of intense social protests.
Chileans vote for new president in most divisive elections
Politics2 months ago
UK ‘dangerously close to elected dictatorship,’ Tory MP warns
The UK is “dangerously close to elected dictatorship” under Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is impatient toward “constitutional constraints” and “gets angry if the courts of parliament try to interfere,” a veteran Tory warns.
UK ‘dangerously close to elected dictatorship,’ Tory MP warns
EU3 months ago
Polish court ruling angers EU, sets stage for 'Polexit'
A recent court ruling in Poland challenging the supremacy of EU law angers Brussels, raising concerns that Warsaw will eventually exit the bloc, described as “Polexit”.
Polish court ruling angers EU, sets stage for 'Polexit'
North Africa3 months ago
Thousands rally to back Tunisian president, urge change to political system
Thousands of supporters of Tunisian President Saied rally in the capital to back his suspension of parliament and promises to change the political system.
Thousands rally to back Tunisian president, urge change to political system
More6 months ago
Haiti PM vows to hold elections ‘as quickly as possible’
Haiti's newly-appointed Prime Minister Ariel Henry says his government plans to establish conditions for holding long-delayed elections as soon as possible, following the assassination of President Jovenel Moise earlier this month.
Haiti PM vows to hold elections ‘as quickly as possible’
Persian Gulf6 months ago
Bahraini opposition urges ‘political leap’ in push to end dictatorship
A Bahraini opposition protest movement underlines the need for “a real political leap” and a new constitution drafted by the will of the people to put an end to dictatorship in the Persian Gulf country.
Bahraini opposition urges ‘political leap’ in push to end dictatorship
More7 months ago
Thai protesters return to streets demanding constitutional changes
Hundreds of protesters have once again gathered in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and constitutional changes in the country.
Thai protesters return to streets demanding constitutional changes
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