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The National Democratic Institute Georgia Office director Luis Navarro says that people , who had not decided who to vote for shortly before elections, made their choices after the prison scandal.
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The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs will host its fourth in a series of Policy Seminar today in Monrovia. According to an NDI release, stakeholders in Liberia's youth development sector will participate in the Policy Seminar which focuses on Youth Development and Job Creation. It will be held under the theme "Towards the fulfillment of a Robust Youth Development Process in Liberia".
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he Interior Ministry is prepared to issue preprinted ballots for next year’s parliamentary elections regardless of the electoral system ultimately chosen, the head of the ministry’s election unit said Monday.
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Eight organisations, led by the Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ), have reached agreement with the two main presidential candidates for the first head-to-head Presidential Debate in the history of Sierra Leone, according to a SLAJ press release sent to us.
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The National Assembly yesterday unanimously approved two former judges for seats on the country’s top election body ahead of national elections next year despite a boycott by opposition lawmakers...
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On October 8, Georgian Dream leader Bidzina Ivanishvili named most of the key nominees for the new cabinet he expects to head.
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Libya's Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Shagur faces an uphill task in naming a government on Sunday that balances regional and political interests while also tackling multiple security issues, analysts say.
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Campaign for Good Governance, (CGG) with support from the National Democratic Institute (NDI), United Nations Development Fund (UNDP) and United States Agency (USAID) yesterday commenced a two-day training at the Hill Valley Hotel for women candidates, who are contesting the local council elections in November this year.
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Villagers took an increasingly vocal stand on land issues during rare opportunities to speak with National Assembly members this past year, according to the National Democratic Institute.