Stories about Governance from July, 2016
"The national media [...] used to show her fast, year after year. They made the story about the fast, never why she was fasting."
"What we have in Bangladesh is a curious case involving a terrorist group that publishes magazine articles to boast about its plans, while the government...keeps on blaming the opposition..."
"For many years they've told us we have to get used to the political class' privileges, but today in Jalisco we heard the historic call of society: no more impunity."
In recent weeks, there have been protests in Delhi and Calcutta, where demonstrators called for the revocation of two controversial laws, and the immediate demilitarisation of the Kashmir region.
"I'm angry that the money is used like a personal bank account. More angry at the fact that Malaysian Official #1 is an untouchable here."
"Under the plan for reform, Yameen is making criticism a crime..."
"Many work without rest, without wages for their master's benefit. They do not have the right to education, to freedom of movement, to travel or marry, without their owner's consent."
"I wish to thank the Hon The #PrimeMinister for providing the Nation with at least 3 years of high farce in the #Senate"
"If Thailand's military junta wants its referendum to be seen as credible, it must stop harassing journalists covering the campaign and let information flow freely to the public."
"Just watch out for the total collapse of education in Uganda. This woman has no morals."
"The mighty Indian state might have killed him but they haven't won. A 21 year old in his death has shaken you."
With the federal fiscal control board imposed by the recent signing of PROMESA into law, Puerto Ricans have taken to the streets and social media to protest.
"The president says a million. And the president never makes mistakes."
It's election time in Japan again and for many Japanese people, that means the return of a particularly Japanese annoyance: 'sound cars' that repeat pointless and uninformative messages.
Brexit could have huge implications on global economics, trade and politics -- but India has a unique perspective on the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
"I hope the Guyana Government knows that this can affect Guyana in a positive or negative way depending on how it is handled."
Protests are still banned in Thailand where the army remains in power, but will authorities arrest the 'protesting' toys and dolls?