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· June, 2010

Stories about Elections from June, 2010

Japan: Voice tweets override election rule

Thailand: Red Shirt leader to run for parliamentary seat

Hungary: Pál Schmitt, a Presidential Nominee

Hungary, Slovakia: “Since the Slovak Elections”

Guinea: Live Reporting an Historical Election

Poland: “Still Divided”

Kyrgyzstan: Constitutional Referendum, Pro et contra

Afghanistan: Parliamentary elections in the unstable country

Egypt: And the First Arabic Domain goes to … President Mubarak

Poland: Initial Microblog Coverage of the Presidential Elections

Both on Twitter and on its Polish mirror service, Blip.pl, people are sharing their thoughts about today's presidential election in Poland.

Philippines: Report on 2010 elections

Guinea: Presidential Election 2010 on Twitter

Bermuda: Free & Fair

Bangladesh: Turnaround In Mayor Election

Critical Election Year Across French Speaking Africa

2010 is a busy election year for francophone Africa but the political progress has been disappointing. Here is a review of how bloggers have reacted to the electoral proceedings so far:

Bangladesh: First Digital Voting System

Guinea: Alliance Guinea, a Citizen Reporting Project to Monitor Upcoming Elections

Rwanda, Burundi: What to Make of Grenades Explosions

Iraq: A Series of Explosions

Colombia: Twitter and Facebook Users Report Possible Election Fraud

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