Stories about Elections from April, 2017
It was the first successful referendum since Macedonia gained independence 26 years ago.
Alexey Navalny had to reinvent himself to take charge of the Russian opposition, but he may have given up his populist edge over Vladimir Putin, along the way.
"The victims of #veldhiv have been pulled from eternal rest to serve as a tool in the electoral plot of infamous politicians without brains or morals."
Erdogan got his way - by a whisker - and isn't in the mood to compromise. Neither is the opposition.
The rules of the game may be on the brink of changing in Turkey, in a way that could disproportionately favour the strongest player.
In an unusual broadcasting flub this week, Iran's official state media network cut off the live video feed of a reporter in mid-sentence, censoring election coverage.
Iran's Election Race Sees a Popular President Up Against Ahmadinejad and the Supreme Leader's Favourite Cleric
"In the name of God, I have got election stress. Conditions for moderates have now deteriorated."
LiveJournal bans "political solicitation" in Russia (its new home), Google contemplates a return to China, and Bangladesh's telecom regulator rejects a proposed Facebook bedtime ban.
"Dividing the country into two irreconciliable parts with a 50% split : Rafael Correa Delgado's greatest achievement."
Along with pro-opposition websites, some media rights groups saw a sharp decline in traffic on the evening of the election.