July marked the first elections under the new Zimbabwean constitution, elections to the Japanese House of Councillors, and Cambodian Parliament among others.
Elections in Iran, Nauru, Mongolia, and Albania marked highlights of the electoral calendar.
Elections in Malaysia, Pakistan, and the Philippines marked a busy election calendar in May 2013.
An examination of the presidential election in Venezuela, general elections in Paraguay, and other electoral developments in April 2013.
A look back at the general elections in Kenya, constitutional referendum in Zimbabwe, and other elections and referendums from March 2013.
A look back at the general elections in Italy, presidential elections in Armenia, and others.
Looking back on the first direct presidential election in the Czech Republic, Knesset elections in Israel, and other election developments worldwide.
Repeat elections to the Verkhovna Rada were held in five districts on December 15.
The National government is dealt a blow with large no vote on citizens initiated referendum.
On 10 December, Nicaraguan lawmakers approved a constitutional amendment that would abolish term limits and allow President Daniel ORTEGA to run for re-election in 2016.
The Spanish Autonomous Community of Catalonia has agreed on two independence referendum questions, despite warnings from the Spanish government that such a referendum is unconstitutional.
The Honduran election tribunal has declared that Juan Orlando Hernández won the presidential election held on November 24, 2013.
In the first round of voting for the National Assembly, the ruling Union for the Republic has won the most seats.
Voters will vote in the first multi-party elections in Turkmenistan on Sunday.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck SHINAWATRA announced that she will be dissolving parliament, amid massive anti-government protests in Bangkok.
Key reforms enacted since widespread fraud marred Afghanistan’s 2009 and 2010 polls have brought about a guarded optimism about next year’s elections.
Results from the November 19 Constituent Assembly elections in Nepal have been released.
Croatian voters have backed a referendum to amend the constitution to ban gay marriage.
A citizen's initiative to cap executive salaries has fallen short in Switzerland.
IFES will host a panel discussion on the state of the political transition in Yemen and the challenges it will face in formulating and implementing a new national roadmap.
The panel tasked with amending the draft constitution written under ousted President MORSI’s administration has approved the constitution for a referendum.
Speaking at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, Tunisian professor Dr. Wassim DAGHRIR gave a first-hand account of the Tunisian Revolution and provided insight into how local Tunisians view their country’s current political tensions.
The Honduran presidential election held on 24 November ended in confusion after two candidates declared victory and multiple candidates denounced the results as fraudulent.
The first round of elections in Chile leaves no candidate with an absolute majority.
In the second round of voting, Abdulla Yameen has been elected as president of the Maldives.