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· July, 2009

Stories about Elections from July, 2009

Gabon: Presidential Candidate Uses Social Media in Historic Election

As Gabon prepares for its first election since the death of Omar Bongo, one candidate, whose rivals who include the current prime minister, Jean Eyeghe Ndong, and Bongo's own son,...

Russia: Vasily Krima, aka the “Volgograd Obama”

Moldova: Election Updates

Moldova: Repeat Elections

Japan: DPJ's election manifesto

Bermuda, Haiti: Standing Up

Japan: Election manifesto

Moldova: RFE/RL's Blog on Repeat Vote

Japan: No Twitter for Election Campaigns

Japan: Political animation

Ukraine: Party of Regions lead in public opinion

Bulgaria: Ukrainian gas crisis caused government fall

Morocco: Electoral Boycott Campaigners Acquitted

Mauritania: Election Fraud?

Yesterday, 11 months after a military coup d'état led by General Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, Mauritania has elected the General to the presidency, resulting in Abdel Aziz's main challengers denouncing...

Ukraine: Toying with early elections

Ukraine: Running out of time to dissolve parliament

Morocco: First Femal Mayor Loses her Seat

Afghanistan: List of Afghan Presidential candidates

Hungary: Economics opposition style

Iran: “Death to Russia” at Friday Prayer

At a Friday prayer at Tehran University led by former president and cleric Hashemi Rafsanjani today, crowds of Mir Hossein Mousavi supporters defiantly chanted "Death to Russia" instead of "Death...

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