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Bouteflika limoge Tebboune et nomme Ouyahia Premier ministre

15 Ago 2017
Argelia
Fuente: 
El Watan - APS

Le Président de la République, Abdelaziz   Bouteflika, a mis fin mardi aux fonctions du Premier ministre Abdelmadjid   Tebboune et a nommé Ahmed Ouyahia à ce poste, indique un communiqué de la   Présidence de la République.

"En application de l'article 91, alinéa 5 de la Constitution, son   Excellence M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Président de la République, a mis fin,   ce jour, aux fonctions de Premier ministre, exercées par M. Abdelmadjid   Tebboune", précise la même source.

El Parlamento de Pakistán elige a Shahid Khaqan Abbasi como primer ministro

01 Ago 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
El Español

El Parlamento de Pakistán ha elegido a Shahid Khaqan Abbasi como primer ministro interino, después de que el Tribunal Supremo cesara a Nawaz Sharif por aparecer en los papeles de Panamá. "Shahid Khaqan Abbasi ha sido declarado primer ministro de la República Islámica de Pakistán" tras conseguir el voto de 221 de los 241 diputados, ha afirmado el portavoz del Parlamento, Ayaz Sadiq.

Un aliado de Sharif se perfila como nuevo primer ministro de Pakistán frente a una oposición dividida

31 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
ABC

El exministro de Petróleo paquistaní Shahid Jaqan Abbasi ha presentado formalmente este lunes su candidatura para convertirse en nuevo primer ministro y ha prometido que, si se cumplen los pronósticos y sale elegido, seguirá adelante con las políticas emprendidas por Nawaz Sharif, apartado de la jefatura del Gobierno por las revelaciones de los Papeles de Panamá sobre la fortuna de su familia.

Plan to classify electoral districts finalized: Faisal

27 Jul 2017
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Pajhwok Afghan News

KABUL (Pajhwok): The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) office on Thursday said the plan to classify electoral constituencies in districts was being referred to the Independent Election Commission (IEC) within a week after its finalization.

CEO spokesman Javid Faisal told a press conference here that the upcoming Wolesi Jirga and district council elections would be managed through needed technology and legal procedures to purchase the technology had been completed.

Pakistan court begins hearings to decide PM Nawaz Sharif's future

17 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Guardian

Pakistan’s supreme court has begun hearings that will decide the future of the prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, who is fighting for his job and contesting a damning corruption report by an investigative panel.

The supreme court is expected to order Sharif be tried Sharif on corruption charges, or disqualify him, but few expect the judges to dismiss the case after the panel tabled a damaging 254-page report into his family wealth.

All set for by-elections in NA-260

12 Jul 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

QUETTA: The Election Commissioner of Balochistan, Mohammad Naeem Majeed Jaffar, has said that all arrangements have been completed for holding on July 15 by-elections in NA-260 Quetta-cum-Chagai.

The National Assembly constituency comprises some parts of Quetta, Chagai and Noshki districts. Necessary instructions have been issued to the deputy commissioners for holding free, fair and transparent elections.

The Provincial Election Commissioner said that measures had also been undertaken for conducting elections in a peaceful atmosphere.

Parliamentary elections – 5 105 counted nationwide, SP ahead with 48.41 %

27 Jun 2017
Albania
Fuente: 
ATA

TIRANA, June 27/ATA/ – Preliminary election results published by Central Elections Committee (CEC) today show that the Socialist Party heads with 48.41 % votes while 5 105 of ballot boxes are counted out of the remaining 5 362 in total.

CEC preliminary data until 6:20 am result in Socialist Party with 726.290 votes or 48.41%, Democratic Party with 432.885 votes or 28.86%.

Socialist Movement for Integration (SMI) is third with 216.330 votes or 14.42%, PJIU fourth with 69.992 votes or 4.67%, LIBRA with 18.363 votes or 1.22%, SDP with 12.914 votes or 0.86%.

IEC Announces Election Date: July next year

22 Jun 2017
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

The IEC has announced the election date for parliamentary and district council elections – 7 July 2018.   Addressing a press conference on Thursday afternoon, IEC chief Najibullah Ahmadzai said work is underway to ensure a free and fair election. Ahmadzai said the IEC has learnt much from past elections and that because of the war there are problems.  He said however, that government needs to focus on vulnerable areas in order to hold successful elections.

Municipal elections: "Mourakiboun" and "ATIDE" report significant shortcomings on first day of electoral registration

20 Jun 2017
Túnez
Fuente: 
TAP

(TAP) - The Mourakiboun Network and the Tunisian Association for the Integrity and Democracy of Elections (ATIDE) published on Tuesday the detailed results of the first day of the registration operation on the electoral register for the 2017 municipal elections.

Both associations noted gaps in the publication of lists of registration centres and offices that were set up by the Independent High Authority for Elections (ISIE).

Lebanon to hold parliamentary elections in May 2018

14 Jun 2017
Líbano
Fuente: 
Gulf News

After 12 years of unsuccessful attempts to revise a 1960 electoral law, rival politicians finally reach agreement.

Beirut: Lebanon expects to hold a parliamentary election on May 6, 2018 and parliament will extend its current term until May 20 that year, information minister Melhem Riachy told journalists during a cabinet session on Wednesday.

Le RND demande à ses militants de poursuivre les efforts pour assurer une bonne préparation aux élections locales

10 Jun 2017
Argelia
Fuente: 
APS Algerie

ALGER - Le Rassemblement national démocratique (RND) a  demandé samedi à ses militants de poursuivre les efforts en tenant compte  du plan de charge qu’imposera la préparation et la conduite de la  participation du parti aux élections locales.

Qatar rechaza cambiar su política exterior para satisfacer a sus vecinos

08 Jun 2017
Qatar
Fuente: 
El País

Qatar no está dispuesto a cambiar su política exterior para satisfacer a sus vecinos árabes que han cortado relaciones diplomáticas y cerrado las fronteras con el emirato. “No vamos a renunciar a nuestra política exterior independiente”, ha declarado este jueves su ministro de Asuntos Exteriores, el jeque Mohamed Bin Abdulrahman al Thani.

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