Botswana’s Independent Electoral Commission has refuted allegations of irregularities in the delivery of external votes cast by expatriates in foreign countries.
Though Ennahda came first, it has 17 fewer seats than it won in the last parliamentary election in 2014, when it came second to a secular coalition which has since fallen apart.
The Southern African Development Community’s (SADC) Electoral Advisory Council has expressed confidence that Mozambique is ready to conduct its elections scheduled for October 15.
Venezuela’s rival political factions will take their power struggle to New York next week, where their representatives will each try to convince a gathering of world leaders at the UN that their boss is the country’s legitimate head of state.
Algerian Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui will resign soon to pave the way for elections this year that the army sees as the only way to end a standoff over months of protests, two senior sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
Russian opposition activists staged a string of pickets in central Moscow on Saturday to call for free elections and for charges against protesters detained at recent rallies to be dropped.
As the Electoral Commission (IEC) prepares to hold stakeholder engagements on the recently passed bill on political party funding, constitutional law expert, Phephelaphi Dube has raised a potential loophole in the new law.
Church leaders in KwaZulu-Natal are calling on authorities to give a fitting sentence to those who will be found guilty of electoral fraud.
The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) says it does not understand why smaller parties are making allegations against the Electoral Commission.
Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama, has welcomed the judgement by the Electoral Court that solidifies the party’s place on the ballot paper for the May 8 elections.