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· August, 2007

Stories about Elections from August, 2007

Ukraine: “What Will the Elections Change?”

Ukraine: Tymoshenko vs Yanukovych

Ukraine: Rinat Akhmetov

Sierra Leone: Blogging the Elections

Sierra Leone held its presidential and parliamentary elections on August 11, 2007. The exercise marked a peaceful transition to democracy after years of civil war. None of the presidential candidates...

Morocco: The Upcoming Elections

With the Moroccan legislative elections looming on September 7, Moroccan bloggers share their concerns about the process and its progress.

South Korea: Lee Myung-bak Doctrine

Venezuela: Preview to Referendum Election Campaign

Morocco: The Death of Butcher Basri

Driss Basri, one of Morocco's most powerful figures during the past 50 years, has died in Paris at age 69. Jillian York brings us the latest reactions from Moroccan bloggers...

Morocco: The view from the boxes

Czech Rebublic: Election Campaign Spending

Armenia: Election update

Bahamas: Election Fever Still Burns

Jamaica: Election Questions

Morocco: Campaigning Begins

Russia: Arrests in Politkovskaya's Murder Case

Trinidad & Tobago: Ten Things…

Cayman Islands, Jamaica: Elections Predictions?

Americas: Poll Numbers From Across the Region

Sierra Leone: Presidential run-off in Sierra Leone

Barbados, Jamaica: Rough Road Ahead?

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