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· May, 2006

Stories about Governance from May, 2006

Bermuda: Parliamentary alibis

Canada: A legal on illegals

Barbados: Labour party blogging

Bahamas: Development proposal

Mongolia: Defining Corruption

Iraq: Incomplete cabinet

Egypt: Hunger Strike Escalates

Serbia & Montenegro: Referendum's Potential Consequences

Indonesia: Quake Proof Housing

Singapore: All Talk, No Action

Latest in the Francophone Caribbean Blogosphere

Latvia: Second Gay Pride Parade

Russia: “Moscow Has Lost Its Pride”

Czech Republic: Montenegro Vote and the Split of Czechoslovakia

Slovenia: President's Book Review

Russia: “And You Call It A Gay [Pride] Parade?”

This past Saturday marked the 13th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in Russia, and a number of people attempted to take part in a gay pride parade in Moscow...

Indonesia: Earthquake Relief

The World Wide Help team has set up Java Quake Help Wiki. The team is looking for online volunteers to help them with content and translation on the wiki as...

China: Memo attacks FLG

From the West African Blogosphere

A student in the University of Ghana blogs at Africa Update and is painting a brief sketch of what final exams are like, in the university. now, do remember that...

Colombia: President Uribe Reelected in Landslide

In a landslide decision (66% compared to runner-up Carlos Gaviria's 22%), Colombians went to the polls on Sunday and reelected President Álvaro Uribe. Here is a selection of what Colombian...

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