Noticias

Au Maroc, l’épreuve de force se poursuit pour le premier ministre Abdelilah Benkirane

10 Ene 2017
Marruecos
Fuente: 
Le Monde

Nouveau rebondissement dans les interminables négociations pour la formation d’un gouvernement au Maroc : dimanche 8 janvier, alors qu’une sortie de l’impasse semblait en vue après trois mois de blocage, le premier ministre Abdelilah Benkirane, chef du Parti de la justice et du

Parliament set to begin charter talks to shift governance system

09 Ene 2017
Turquía
Fuente: 
Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey’s parliament is set to commence two-stage discussions on government-drafted constitutional amendments on Jan. 9 that are set to usher in a major change in the country’s governance system for an executive presidency despite oppositional concerns that it will lead to authoritarian rule.

  While the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) plans to finish the discussions on the 18-article constitutional proposal in the general assembly in six days, the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), which opposes the proposal, is planning to block the talks.

Somaliland holds Upper House elections, elects six MPs in the first phase of the exercise

08 Ene 2017
Somalia
Fuente: 
Hiiraan Online

MOGADISHU - Upper House elections for Somaliland and northern regions commenced today in the Somali capital Mogadishu.

Six seats out of eleven, allocated for Somaliland and the northern regions were filled in a daylong exercise presided over by the Federal Indirect Electoral Implementation Team (FIEIT).

Over 95pc women in 17 constituencies didn’t vote in 2013

01 Ene 2017
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

ISLAMABAD: Over 95 per cent of registered women voters in at least 17 National Assembly constituencies did not cast their votes in the 2013 general elections.

A document prepared by the Election Commission of Pakistan, available with Dawn, reveals that turnout of women voters was less than one per cent in five of these constituencies. 

According to disaggregated voters’ data, only one woman out of the total 138,910 registered in NA-33 (Upper Dir) had exercised her right to vote.

Somaliland: Political Parties or Clan Parties?

01 Ene 2017
Somalia
Fuente: 
Hiiraan Online

Does Somaliland have political parties or clan parties? Honestly, it doesn’t have political parties. But it has clan parties. Let’s not kid ourselves. Every party is owned by one major clan and other secondary clan(s) that associate with the major clan. We all know which clan owns Kulmiye Party and which clan owns WADDANI Party (Ucid cannot be currently considered a party). Kulmiye is simply a euphemism of Habar Awal and WADDANI is also a euphemism of Habar Yonis.

Mauritanie, pas de referendum constitutionnel à cause de la crise economique

30 Dic 2016
Mauritania
Fuente: 
Le360afrique.com

Annoncé en grande pompe par le président lui meme Mohamed Ould Abdel Azziz, le reférendum constitutionnel visant a approuver les modifications de la Constitution figurant dans le dialogue nataional inclusif du 29 septembre au 20 octobre 2016, n'aura pas finalement lieu. Ces changements portent sur la suppression du Sénat, la création des conseils régionaux, la modification des symboles nationaux (hymne et drapeau), etc.

Somalia to Delay Presidential Election for 4th Time, Official Says

26 Dic 2016
Somalia
Fuente: 
VOA News
MOGADISHU — 

An electoral official says Somalia has decided to delay its presidential election for a fourth time amid allegations of fraud and intimidation.

The vote had been set for Wednesday, but the official said Monday it likely will be Jan. 24 instead. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

This Horn of Africa nation is riven by clan rivalries and threatened by al-Shabab Islamic extremists opposed to Western-style democracy.

Draft bill on electoral reforms tabled in NA

21 Dic 2016
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

ISLAMABAD: The government tabled on Tuesday a draft bill on electoral reforms in the National Assembly which gives complete administrative and financial powers to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), increases the election expenses limits for both National Assembly and provincial assemblies’ seats by 150 per cent and makes it mandatory for registration of any political party to have at least 1,000 members.

New government announced under PM Saad al-Hariri

18 Dic 2016
Líbano
Fuente: 
Al Jazeera

New 30-minister cabinet brings together the entire political spectrum except Phalangist party that rejected state post.

 

Lebanon acquired a new 30-minister government led by Saad al-Hariri, bringing together the entire political spectrum except for the Christian Phalangist party that rejected the portfolio it was offered.

The new cabinet, which was announced on state television on Sunday evening, will keep Gebran Bassil as foreign minister, Ali Hassan Khalil as finance minister and Nouhad Machnouk as interior minister.

Les aounistes se disent « très sérieux quant à la volonté de voter une nouvelle loi électorale »

14 Dic 2016
Líbano
Fuente: 
L´Orient Le Jour

Pour la seconde journée consécutive, le bloc du Changement et de la Réforme a poursuivi hier sa tournée auprès des dirigeants politiques pour tenter d'assurer une sorte de large entente autour de la nouvelle loi électorale.

Une délégation comprenant les députés Ibrahim Kanaan, Ziad Assouad, Ghassan Moukheiber et Nehmetallah Abi Nasr s'est rendue hier à Saïfi et s'est entretenue avec le chef des Kataëb, Samy Gemayel. Étaient présents le ministre démissionnaire de l'Économie, Alain Hakim, ainsi que les députés Élie Marouni, Samer Saadé et Nadim Gemayel.

Baromètre politique décembre 2016: Néji Jalloul et Abdelfattah Mourou au top

09 Dic 2016
Túnez
Fuente: 
Al Huffington Post - Tunisie

L'institut de sondage Sigma Conseil a publié vendredi 09 décembre, le baromètre politique du mois de novembre 2016.

Établi sur 930 Tunisiens âgés de 18 ans et plus, ce sondage a été effectué entre le 02 et le 06 novembre 2016.

Néji Jalloul, ceux en qui les Tunisiens ont le plus confiance

Presidential election could let Iranian pollsters shine

09 Dic 2016
Irán
Fuente: 
Al monitor

During the lead-up to the 2013 Iranian presidential election, the earliest signs of Hassan Rouhani’s initially unanticipated victory came from a surprising source: high-quality polling conducted by Iranian pollsters. In the run-up to the presidential election in May 2017, all signs point to a greater availability of Iranian polling data than in the past.

Fatah: From liberation movement to West Bank government

06 Dic 2016
Palestina
Fuente: 
Al Jazeera

The recently concluded Fatah congress only intensified the aimless drift that characterises Palestinian condition today.

Amman - To Mahmoud Abbas's credit, he has shown more interest in convening the general conference, the supreme body of the Palestinian National Liberation Movement, Fatah, than did his predecessor Yasser Arafat.

Turkey moves full throttle toward one-party state

28 Nov 2016
Turquía
Fuente: 
Al monitor

The political mercury in Turkey is expected to hit record highs in April, when the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) plans to put a crucial constitutional amendment on a referendum. Given the current political and social trends, the electorate is highly likely to approve the amendment and mark Turkey’s transition to an executive presidency regime — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s biggest dream.

Somalia's Presidential Election Postponed for Third Time

28 Nov 2016
Somalia
Fuente: 
VOA News

Somalia's presidential elections, scheduled to begin this week, have been postponed for a third time, the electoral body said Monday.

Omar Mohamed Abdulle, head of Somalia's electoral body, said elections slated for Wednesday will not happen as planned.

Abdulle did not offer a new date, but said the next president will be elected before the end of this year.

Somalia's parliament members will elect the new president. However, parliamentary elections to elect new lawmakers have not been completed in all regions of the country.

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