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· April, 2007

Stories about Elections from April, 2007

General Strike in French Guiana

French Election, Two Views on Segolene Royal

Nigeria: texting election observations

Nigeria: smelling gunpowder

Nigeria: where are the ballot papers?

Armenia: HayPost Election Mailing

Armenia: From the Campaign Trail

Bangladesh: Two parties and a Military strongman

Sarkozy on French Minorities

Ukraine, Romania: Political Similarities

Virginia Tech, rumors and change: the Bangla blogosphere spans it all

Bangla blogs join the rest of the world in mourning the victims of the Virginia Tech shootings. Probashi raises the issue of gun control and points out that had a...

East Timor: Run-off Elections Confirmed

Malaysia: Ethnicity of Election Candidate

Nigeria: Blogging the historic election (Part 1)

It's election time in Africa's most populous country – Nigeria. Nigerian bloggers have been blogging their sentiments and observations of the election. This round-up gives a brief overview of election...

Nigeria: state of emergency to be declared?

Lusosphere Reports The First Round of East Timor's Elections

Timor-Leste is holding its first national election as an independent nation, and the vote counting now indicates the need for a second round to decide the next President. The voting...

Election Ploy: Sarkozy Plans to Add Toussaint Louverture to the Pantheon

Nigeria: chaos continues after elections

France: A War of Memory

Armenia: Parliamentary Election Monitor

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