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· September, 2008

Stories about Elections from September, 2008

Slovenia: Election Results

Belarus: The Election

Jamaica: Power Struggle

Belarus: Parliamentary elections no way to reforms

Bermuda, U.S.A.: Presidential Debates

Ghana: How not to use party colors

Sudan: Returning to Sudan, US Politics and New Media

In this round up of the Sudanese blogosphere, we delve into Sudanese commentaries on Sudan, US politics, and new media. It's good to see that the blogger, Path2Hope, finally overcame...

Pakistani Bloggers on the McCain-Obama Debate

Pakistani bloggers found much to analyze in last night's televised debate between United States presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain. What the US approach to Pakistan should be was...

Russophone Bloggers Discuss the U.S. Presidential Candidates

Last week, Israel-based LJ user avva asked his Russophone readers - some of whom are eligible to vote in the upcoming U.S. election - whether they supported Barack Obama or...

Ghana: Using party colors in social functions

Japan: 2channel on Aso UN speech

Barbados, Jamaica, U.S.A.: Political Issues

Bermuda, U.S.A.: Political Dilemma

Maldives: Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's candidacy challenged

Hungary: Another Study On the “Extreme Right”

Costa Rica: Daughter of Immigrant Running for State Senator

Poland, U.S.: Ancient Kings and Presidential Candidates

Jamaica: Post-Portia

Bangladesh: Election thoughts

Indonesia: Lights, Camera, Elections!

Next April, Indonesian voters will elect new members of Parliament. Political parties are now quietly launching their election campaigns. What surprised (or disturbed) many Indonesians is the high number of...

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