Preliminary results have the center-left Social Democrat’s bloc (aka Red-Greens) ahead of the ruling coalition.
The election for the 9 seats in the Legislative Council in Montserrat was held on Thursday 11 September 2014.
The election for the 15 seats in Sint Maarten’s Parliament was held on Friday 29 August 2014
Thailand’s 200 member National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has appointed General Prayuth CHAN-OCHA as prime minister.
African leaders recently gathered in Washington D.C. to discuss the continent's future. Elections and conflict analyst Gregory Wallsworth weighs in on the discussion.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan emerged victorious in the country's first direct presidential election held on 10 August, 2014.
The Union Election Commission (UEC) recently met with the National League for Democracy (NLD) to discuss proposed campaign rules.
Turkey will hold the first round of its presidential election on August 10th, 2014.
Indonesia held one of the world’s largest single day elections on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 to determine its next president.
The center-left party of Miro CERAR (SMC) leads with 34.61 percent of the vote.
Indonesians went to the polls to elect the president on 9 July 2014.
Citizens of the Cook Islands voted in a snap parliamentary election on 9 July 2014.
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Lithuania's June 29th referendum fails with low voter turnout.
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The 29 June 2014 referendum in Lithuania saw low voter turnout.
Ould Abdel AZIZ wins a second term as President as opposition groups boycott the election
Libyans elected a 200-member Council of Representatives on 25 July, 2014
Colombian President Juan Manuel SANTOS Calderón wins in a run-off election on Sunday 15 June.
Parliamentary elections in Antigua and Barbuda on 12 June ended with a Labour Party victory.
Afghan presidential candidates competed in a run-off election on 14 June 2014. Photo: S. SABAWOON
Kosovo recently held its first nation-wide elections since the country's 2008 declaration of independence. This was also the first national contest including Serbian community municipalities in the country's north.
Over 500 million voters are eligible to participate in voting for the European Parliament from May 22-25. What are the implications of the election and what does it mean for the future of the EU?
Lithuanian President Dalia GRYBUSKAITĖ will face a run-off election on May 25, 2014 in order to determine whether she will retain her position.
A majority of voters in both Donetsk and Luhansk regions have voted to secede from Ukraine in controversial referendums held on 11 May.