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· June, 2009

Stories about Governance from June, 2009

24 June 2009

Ukraine: MP Viktor Lozynsky's Case

Czech Republic: No Olympics in Prague

Iran: Riots police attacked protesters

Israel: Bedouin Village Relies on Green Energy

Israel: Obama's Ratings Plummet in Jewish World

Israel: Predicting Iran's Future

China: When plans overtake change

Fiji: A roadmap towards elections?

Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama told an audience his government will soon begin work on the country’s new constitution and a “road map” to elections set to take place in...

Thailand: Thousands affected by train strike

Thousands of passengers were affected by the two-day nationwide train strike launched by employees of the State Railway of Thailand. The workers were protesting a cabinet resolution which they claim...

Iran: Neda becomes a symbol for the protesters

Neda was an Iranian woman who was shot dead by Basij militia on Saturday during a protest of thousands against the Iranian presidential election results that declared Mahmoud Ahmadinejad president....

23 June 2009

Russia: Views on Events in Iran

Russia: “Summer in Saratov”

Indonesia: Disappointing Election Debate

Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim populated country, conducted its first ever presidential election debate. The country's three presidential hopefuls attended the debate. But many viewers and bloggers were disappointed with...

India Bans Maoist Organisation

Trinidad & Tobago: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

China: The incomprehensible China and its difficult problems

Iran: Suffering in Iran

Philippines: A(H1N1) panic continues to grow

Asia’s first A(H1N1)-related death is a Filipina from Metro Manila. This was confirmed by health authorities who also warned that 25 percent of the country’s 90 million population could be...

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