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· August, 2009

Stories about Elections from August, 2009

Bolivia: MAS Strategy in Next General Elections

Japan: Voting for Change

East Timor: “Happy Day” of freedom vote

Timorese bloggers have celebrated the 10th anniversary of the popular referendum which led to the territory's formal independence. One commemorates the "happy day", another recalls his determination to drive out...

Chile: Technology Platform of Candidate Sebastian Piñera

Japan: I won`t vote

Barbados: Press Threats?

Uruguay: ITC Plan for Upcoming Election Cycle

Afghanistan: Elections with better security, worse violations

Afghanistan: Televised Presidential Debates

Afghanistan: Independence Day & Elections Eve

Guyana: Leadership Issue

Afghanistan: Voting Day

Millions of Afghans defied Taliban threats and voted Thursday in the country’s second-ever presidential elections. Afghan bloggers share their experiences and feelings on this historic day.

Ukraine: In Chinese, Yanukovych is Yushchenko?

Philippines: Voter's registration

Guyana: Curtains for PNC?

Peru: Identifying with Presidential Candidates

Mauritania: A New Era?

Following a coup d'état a year ago, the election of the coup's leader, General Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, to the presidency, and the country's first-ever suicide bombing in early August,...

Iran: Televised Confessions Spur Video Cyber-Activism

Video confessions are serving as a form of cyber activist protest for those against the forced confessions and political drama in Iran.

Bolivia: Divided Opposition

Philippines: Inspired by Cory

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