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· March, 2009

Stories about Elections from March, 2009

Indian Elections 2009: The Impact of Socially Conscious Corporate Campaigns

In my previous posts for the Global Voices special coverage on the 2009 Indian general elections, I have analyzed how Indian politicians and political parties are using internet and mobile...

Macedonia: Student Protest Ends in Violence

Recently, the Macedonian government decided to build an Orthodox church with public financing on the main square of Skopje, a decision that the citizens of the city disapproved of. On...

Ecuador: Heading to the Polls Yet Again

In less than a month, approximately 10.5 million Ecuadorians will head to the polls yet again. After approval of the new Constitution last September, elections to select the president, members...

India: Arguments Against The Third Front

Digital Civil Society Campaigns in the 2009 Indian General Elections

In my first post for the Global Voices special coverage on the 2009 Indian general elections, I had analyzed how Indian politicians and political parties are using internet and mobile...

Armenia: Questions linger after post-election unrest

Hungary: Avoiding an Early Election?

Macedonia: Upcoming Elections

Czech Republic: After the No-Confidence Vote

India Elections '09: Netizens react to Political Campaigns

With the General Elections round the corner, major political parties like the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have each unleashed their election campaigns on the...

Russia: Sochi's Mayoral Race

India: The Characteristics Of The Next PM

Caucasus: Pitiful democracy

Jamaica: Lessons from the By-Election

India: Analyzing Past Elections

Hungary: Gyurcsány's Possible Successors

Azerbaijan: Referendum warning

Colombia: Are Politicians Making the Most Out of Twitter?

In the last few weeks, as the race for the May 2010 presidential elections has started, two presidential candidates have decided to join the Colombian 'twittosphere'. But, after some initial...

Jamaica: Election Example

Algeria: Reelections Set

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