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Results had started to trickle in as The Moment On Sunday went to press, with the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) and the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) in the lead. Analysts tipped Alhaji Murtala
17 Russia's telecommunications agency has ordered seven cargo planes' worth of video equipment in a bid to make March's presidential elections more transparent. Each plane will contain 22,000 notebook computers made in Taiwan and Shanghai, as the
As the necessary signatures for a nationwide ballot were handed in this week, swissinfo.ch looks at similar attempts closely linked to the Switzerland without an Army group. Founded nearly 30 years ago, the pacifist group came to prominence when it
The discrepancies noted in the 2006 general elections were never addressed by the Supervisor of Elections says acting Prime Minister and Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. In a release Sayed-Khaiyum said in many instances election officials turned
Adrian Proszenko November 27, 2011 "It's important we keep the board as it is so that we can keep working for the future" .....Greg Alexander has called for stability as members head to the ballot boxes for the Penrith District Rugby League Football
Four days from elections that some analysts doubt it can pull off on time, the Democratic republic of Congo was rushing on Thursday to overcome the challenges of crumbling infrastructure and a territory two-thirds the size of western Europe...
Story Photos Disagreement over who should have the right to vote and what identification people should show at the ballot box have largely defined this year's election for Kentucky secretary of state. Republican candidate Bill Johnson believes people
Kandara constituency during the last general election are missing. Further, the parties involved in the Kandara poll case also found that some nine boxes of the 109 ballot boxes do not have seal numbers while 15 of them were still intact. The
The head of Cameroon's election commission denied opposition candidates' allegations of fraud in Sunday's ballot, saying the process was "more transparent" than in the past. "Throughout the entire process, no major incident was reported," Fonkam Azu'
Chadema chairman Freeman Mbowe told a rally here yesterday that their members have already surrounded the house though the DC, when contacted, denied to have kept ballot boxes in his house.