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Before 5 May, it promised to be the most exciting electoral race since the country won its independence from Britain in 1957. BN), the ruling coalition that has led the country for several decades, was on the brink of collapse. PR) - a three-party
Its electoral success owes little to popular hostility towards Europe...It owes far more to indignation about a stagnant economy, squeezed household incomes and Labour's failure to provide a convincing alternative to a prime minister and government
Europe, a Tory MP may well defect and parliament will be hung after 2015. Whatever the final break down of shares of the vote and swings, it is clearly Nigel Farage's day. His party is dominating media coverage, effectively ramping up the idea that
A grandmother aged 94 on Thursday became the first person to request for a nomination form in Malaysia's Terengganu state to run for parliamentary elections for the second time. The request soon after Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced
When a political party puts up candidates with criminal charges, it results in the alienation of large sections of people from the political class and politics itself When the Election Commission of India turned 60 on January 25, 2010, The Hindu
Suggested Topics Labour is preparing to include a commitment to lowering the voting age to 16 in its next general election manifesto as a way of engaging teenagers in the political process, one of Ed Miliband's key allies has indicated. Michael
Russell Pollard/Demotix/Corbis Anyone looking at the history of Britain's postwar far right is going to ask themselves these questions. Why did a clearly neo-fascist party emerge so strongly in the 1970s, less than a generation after fascism's defeat?
Rating In Summary Campaigning in Ndhiwa for the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) candidate Augustino Neto, Mr Odinga told the electorate that the rest of the country was waiting with bated breath to see whether his own people would humiliate him.
September 2012 Andreas Whittam Smith's radical call to seize the UK Parliament from career politicians resonates with the anger of a disenfranchised public. While it is increasingly clear that getting the right people' into the right seats' is not
The party said in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Olisa Metuh, that it was not threatened by such an alliance since it remains the only truly national political party that is deeply committed to the continued existence of Nigeria as