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Hezbollah’s position in Lebanon after elections
Disarmament is Hezbollah’s red line
Lebanese abroad cast votes in parliamentary elections
Lebanese expatriates cast their votes on Friday for parliamentary elections, state media said, two years into an unprecedented economic crisis that spurred a mass exodus.
Serbs vote in presidential, parliamentary elections
Voters in Serbia cast ballots Sunday in a triple election likely to keep in power the current government in the Balkan country that has refused to impose sanctions on Russia over the war in Ukraine.
Burkina Faso junta chief approves three-year transition before elections
Burkina Faso's junta chief on Tuesday signed a charter setting a three-year transition period before the country holds elections, an AFP journalist said, just over a month after he led a coup to overthrow the country's elected leader.
Trump’s victory in future elections possible
Can we be really hopeful that it was Donald Trump’s only term in the office, Iran Daily asked Peter Kuznick*, a professor of history. After all, the sentiments into which he tapped seem to be rather reinforced.
Economy, security top concerns ahead of Japan parliamentary elections
Japan goes to the polls for parliamentary elections on Sunday, just weeks after Fumio Kishida became prime minister, and with significant challenges at home and abroad in the forefront of the electorate's minds.
EU election observers begin work ahead of Venezuela elections
European Union election observers began their mission in Venezuela on Thursday, as campaigning kicked off for regional elections next month which are set to include opposition candidates.
Iraq holds early voting ahead of parliamentary elections
Early voting began in Iraq’s parliamentary elections, with security forces, prisoners and internally displaced people casting their ballots two days ahead of Sunday’s general vote.
Qataris vote in country's first legislative elections
Qataris voted on Saturday in the Persian Gulf Arab state's first legislative elections for two-thirds of the advisory Shura Council.
In last-ditch push, Merkel urges vote for Laschet for Germany's 'future'
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday urged Germans to give her conservative would-be successor Armin Laschet the vote to "shape Germany's future", in a last-ditch push ahead of the Sunday’s general elections.
Russia’s ruling party wins majority in parliamentary elections
Russia’s ruling United Russia party retained its parliamentary majority after the Central Election Commission (CEC) data showed the party secured 49.63% of the ballots on the party list to the State Duma (lower house of parliament).
Presidential elections in Uzbekistan entered an active phase
On September 9, 2021, the 10th congress of the Movement of Entrepreneurs and Business People - the Liberal Democratic Party of Uzbekistan was held.
Six months after coup, Myanmar's military ruler promises elections by August 2023
Myanmar's military ruler Min Aung Hlaing on Sunday again promised new multi-party elections and said his government is ready to work with any special envoy named by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
U.N.-backed Libya talks fail to reach consensus on elections
U.N.-sponsored talks aimed at paving the way for elections in Libya in late December failed to find common ground, the deputy of the United Nations mission in Libya said on Friday night after weeklong talks near Geneva.
President calls for massive public turnout in presidential elections
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani urged people’s massive participation in Friday’s presidential election, saying it would disappoint enemies and ill-wishers who wish to see a low turnout.

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