Stories about Elections from January, 2020
Some citizens were told that if they didn't register and submit their biometrics, they might be barred from voting.
City Corporation elections will be held in Dhaka on February 1, 2020. Netizens are concerned about the use of laminated posters in the election campaign which poses a threat to the environment.
Prior to a new law governing public assembly which came into effect on October 1, 2018, public demonstrations in Hungary were well attended. Now, though they still happen, attendance is down.
Hondurans live in a narco-state whose leadership is supported by the United States and which suffers from widespread corruption, gender violence, gang control, land-grabs, and the effects of climate change.
In addition to threats from Boko Haram, abductions and kidnapping in Nigeria have also become the norm.
Some analysts have attributed Tsai Ing-wen's landslide victory in Taiwan's recent presidential to the Hong Kong protests and encroachment by Beijing. But that's only part of the story.
Tsai said: 'I want to once again call upon Beijing authorities to remind them that peace, clarity, democracy and dialogue are key to positive cross-strait interactions and long-term development.'
The axis of Taiwan’s political dynamics has shifted from the country's economy and administration to China factor and cross-strait relation.
The large questions of what should be Taiwan's political, social, economic, environmental, cultural model continue to dominate the political debate, and naturally surge at times of elections.
All three candidates represent strongly divergent views on social values, economic development, relations with China and the status of Taiwan.
With the December 12 presidential election approaching, pro-government supporters took to social media to attack anti-government activists.
In 2019, the Caribbean envisioned a more holistic brand of public education, spoke out against corruption, and experienced a resurgence of respect towards its First Peoples. Part 5 of 5.