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· July, 2010

Stories about Elections from July, 2010

Kyrgyzstan: Inauguration of Roza Otunbayeva

Rwanda: Paul Kagame Supporters Turn to Power of Twitter, Facebook and Blogs

Supporters of President of the Republic of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, have turned to the power of Facebook, Twitter and blogs to help him win presidential election that will be held...

Russia: New Election Codex Project Discussed Online

Last month, a Russian non-governmental election-monitoring organization, Golos (A Voice), published an alternative Election Codex on the internet, that is designed to provide free, fair and transparent elections in Russia....

Iraq: Maliki Concedes Premiership to Allawi

Slovenia: Not by the color of their skin

Nigeria: Who changed the President's mind— Facebook or FIFA?

After receiving hundreds of comments on his Facebook page, Nigeria's President reversed a controversial suspension of the country's national football team. But was the President's change of heart really a...

Trinidad & Tobago: Undeserving?

Somaliland: Elections in Hargeisa

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Woman Power

Iraq: Emperor Nero is in Baghdad

Poland: Komorowski president by thin margin

Announcing Round Two of the Technology for Transparency Network

Transparency International's 2009 Global Corruption Barometer found that citizens around the world are increasingly worried about corruption in both the public and private sectors. People are often hesitant to speak...

Russia: Twitter talk of town

Belarus-Russia: PR campaign against Lukashenko

Japan: Party leaders campaign for upper house election

Trinidad & Tobago: More Than She Can Chew?

Uganda: Election dates set

Kyrgyzstan: Referendum, Notes of a Voter

Kyrgyzstan: Lying Satellites and Political Course

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