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· November, 2011

Stories about Governance from November, 2011

Iran: British Embassy in Tehran Attacked

On 29 November, a crowd of about 1,000 people demonstrated near the British embassy in Tehran after Britain cut all financial ties with Iran over concerns about its nuclear program....

Malaysia: Netizens React to ‘Peaceful Assembly Bill’

The Malaysian Parliament has approved the Peaceful Assembly Bill which gives police broad powers to control and even ban street assemblies and protests. Activists described the measure as an attack...

Egypt: Tear Gas Shipment Raises Questions About the US

A new tear gas shipment to Egypt from the United States leaves netizens confused. Is the United States a friend of Arab revolutions or a supporter of Arab tyrants?

Ukraine: Government Gives In to Pressure, Bans Killing of Stray Dogs

Ukraine: Update on Jailed Ex-PM Yulia Tymoshenko; Donetsk Protests

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Extended For Six Months

Zambia: Netizens Weigh in on Fight Against Corruption

Since the Patriotic Front won this year's election, Zambia has been heading in a new direction. What seems to be of great interest is the single-minded focus of the new...

China: Regulation on Entertainment excessiveness

Jamaica: Bad Medicine?

Madagascar: Exiled President Returns as a Government of National Unity Forms

Philippines: City Launches Online Codification of Ordinances

Zambia: Cash Dug Out From Ex-Minister's Farm Shocks Nation

Zambia’s investigative units recently dug out nearly US$ 466,000, buried in the ground at a farm belonging to former minister, Austin Liato. Zambians on various social networking sites have reacted...

Bangladesh: The Perils Of Dividing Dhaka City Corporation

Iran: Social networks blamed for terror plots

Russia: Siberian Light's This Week in Russia Blogs #1

Trinidad & Tobago: Netizens Sceptical about Assassination Plot

Iran: Rojin Mohammadi, a female blogger arrested

Barbados: CL Financial Back in 2007

Paraguay: Insecurity and Corruption

Nicaragua: The Poor State of Roads in Nueva Guinea

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