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· September, 2006

Stories about Elections from September, 2006

Balkans Blog Roundup

On September 11, Viktor of Belgrade Blog writes: […] [Serbia] just won the water polo European championship, and here's a short video with the atmosphere from the streets of Belgrade...

Venezuela: Blog Roundup

Hungary: Mid-Week Briefing

Ukraine: Loss of Face

Hungary: PM's Lies and Riots in Budapest

Several weeks after the general election in April, Hungarian prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said this at a closed meeting with members of his parliamentary faction: I almost died when I...

Nepal: What does the Monarch want?

Venezuela: Polling the Elections and Crime

Nigeria's presidency 2007

Trinidad & Tobago: Snap election?

Ecuador: Campaign Comparison

DRC: Looking for Democracy After Post-Election Clashes

The blogosphere takes a look at violent clashes between two presidential candidates that last month gripped Kinshasa for 3 days. Some analyze the causes of the violence, others assign blame....

Estonia: Upcoming Election

India: Voting in the US

Ecuador Chooses

It has been a year of controversial and closely-contested elections throughout Latin America. As electoral observers take a restful sigh following the delayed conclusion of Felipe Calderón's controversial victory in...

Guyana: Old-look cabinet

Iran:Referendum and Nuclear Energy

South Asia Blog Buzz

The latest from the South Asian blogs: Bangladesh: - Rajputro writes a satirical piece on how the load shedding (power cuts to manage shortage in electricity supply) in Bangladesh can...

TV still reigns in Brazil, but here comes YouTube

The magnitude of Internet numbers in Brazil has puzzled specialists in the last months. After overtaking Google's Orkut and exceeding their own world record in navigating time spent on the...

Iran:Old Ayatollah

Venezuela: Rosales Rally Attacked

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