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· April, 2007

Stories about Elections from April, 2007

Japan: Analysis of election results

Armenia: US Election Assistance

Blogs and the Nigerian Elections: Will We Stop Talking About Our Cats And Shoes For One Day?

Nigeria has one of the most vibrant and dynamic blogospheres in Africa. It is no wonder that the Nigerian state and presidential elections were heavily blogged by Nigerians at home...

Malaysia: Photographer Attacked by Rowdy Youth

Bermuda: The state of the blogosphere

Egypt: Fight in Parliament

Japan: Toyama Kouichi calls for revolution, bloggers reflect on freedom of speech

“Registered voters! I am Toyama Kouichi. My countrymen! This country is an abomination!” So began the five minute political speech of gubernatorial candidate and street musician Toyama Kouichi, aired live...

Bangladesh: The Politics of Exile

The Bangladeshi blogosphere heated up reacting to the drama of the process of exiling the two powerful lady politicians of Bangladesh. Sheikh Hasina Wazed and Begum Khaleda Zia crowned the...

Egypt: On French Elections

Nigeria: stop criticizing the government from the Diaspora

Lesotho: election dispute update

Armenia: Accessible Elections

Afghanistan: Taliban Electioneering in France

Armenia: Prosperous Armenia Rally

Nigeria: Umar Musa Yar’ Adua wins presidency

Tunisphere and the French elections:

Tunisia's love-hate relation - more love than hate - comes to life with the extensive coverage Tunisian bloggers provided in the run up to the French elections. France's impact on...

Kenya: financial resources of president Kibaki

Nigeria: blogger's voting experience

Kenya: parliamentary election campaign blog launched

Madonna in Malawi, Malawi in global ICT rankings, and Media under attack

News that Madonna was visiting Malawi again sparked rumors that she was going to adopt another child, this time a girl by the name of Grace. While most of the...

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