Tag Archives: Voting

07Aug/17

South Africa’s parliament speaker allows secret ballot in Zuma no-confidence vote

South Africa’s speaker of parliament rules that a vote of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be held by secret ballot – a move widely seen as increasing the chances that he will have to step down. Continue reading

16Apr/17

Turkish opposition complains of “illegal acts” in referendum

Turkey’s main opposition complains of “illegal acts” in the referendum as Diyarbakir election officials, under tight security, carry ballots to the electoral board for official canvassing.

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09Feb/17

UK Parliament delivers no confidence vote in FA

UK Parliament passes vote of no confidence in English FA, says they must be open to reform

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08Nov/16

Latino voters hope to make a difference in election

With a jump in Latino registration and early voting, Hispanic voters hope to make a difference in United States election.

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08Nov/16

Long lines plaguing voters across the U.S.

Voters in various states across the U.S. experience long lines at polling locations, with those in Greenbelt, Maryland, having to wait to use one scanner for the entire precinct.

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