Noticias

Process for July 25 polls starts today

01 Jun 2018
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn News

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday issued the schedule for the 2018 general elections.

According to the schedule, returning officers through public notices will invite nominations from prospective candidates on June 1, while nomination papers will be filed from June 2 to 6.

The list of nominated candidates will be published on June 7. The last date for scrutiny of nomination papers is June 14, while June 19 will be the last date for filing of appeals against acceptance or rejection of nomination papers.

Nasirul Mulk sworn in as caretaker PM

01 Jun 2018
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Express Tribune

Justice (retd) Nasirul Mulk on Friday took oath as the country’s interim prime minister.

The newly-appointed caretaker chief executive’s oath was administered by President Mamnoon Hussain at the President House. Following the ceremony, Justice Mulk was presented a guard of honour by the armed forces.

Speaking to the media after the oath-taking, the interim premier said free and fair polls were his priority.

“Mark my words, general polls will be held timely,” Mulk said,

Egypt's Future of Homeland party swells as 200 MPs join ranks

01 Jun 2018
Egipto
Fuente: 
Ahram Online

The parliamentary landscape is being redrawn as MPs from For the Sake of Egypt and Free Egyptians Party migrate

Future of Homeland Party head Ashraf Rashad has revealed that 150 independent MPs who are members of the For the Sake of Egypt Association have decided to join the party. The new intake will quadruple the party’s representation in parliament.

The plans of Dodik and Covic must be stopped: Suljagic said

01 Jun 2018
Bosnia y Herzegovina
Fuente: 
N1 BA

The most important goal in the upcoming general election is to prevent Croat leader Dragan Covic from once again being a member of the tripartite Presidency, member of the Civic Alliance (GS) political council, Emir Suljagic, told N1.

Suljagic was a Bosniak Presidency member candidate in the 2014 general election, representing the Democratic Front (DF), who’se leader, Zeljko Komsic, is now running for the Croat Presidency member position.

The Presidency is composed of three members representing Bosniaks, Croats and Serbs.

Nidaa Tounes au bord de la crise de nerfs

31 Mayo 2018
Túnez
Fuente: 
Jeune Afrique

Engluée dans d’interminables errements, la formation tunisienne au pouvoir, Nidaa Tounes a été durement sanctionnée lors des municipales du 6 mai. Et ne sait plus sur quel pied danser…

«C’est très sensible comme sujet. » Au téléphone, un analyste politique, bien connu des cercles dirigeants, réclame l’anonymat. La crise qui frappe la formation du président, Nidaa Tounes, ne s’évoque que mezza voce. « Désolée, je dois suivre les consignes », nous écrit une candidate pour justifier sa prudence face à notre demande d’interview.

Plusieurs partis mettent en garde contre la crise politique que connait le pays

31 Mayo 2018
Túnez
Fuente: 
Huffpost

Plusieurs partis tunisiens ont mis en garde contre l’aggravation de la crise politique au pays après l’allocution du chef du gouvernement Youssef Chahed mardi soir à l’adresse du peuple tunisien.

Pour le parti Al Joumhouri, le gouvernement Chahed “est l’illustration de l’échec du pouvoir issu des élections de 2014 en raison de l’absence d’une vision, d’une volonté de réforme réelle ou d’un traitement des échéances présentes vers l’atténuation du chômage, le développement, l’équilibre régionale et la lutte contre la corruption”.

Les raisons d’un pacte

31 Mayo 2018
Mauritania
Fuente: 
Cridem

Discours de Biram Dah Abeid à la cérémonie qui scelle l'alliance électorale et politique entre le courant qui soutient BDA aux élections présidentielles et le parti ESSAWAB.

Il y a dix ans, naissait l'initiative pour la Résurgence du mouvement Abolitionniste en Mauritanie (IRA). Tout de suite, le mouvement a été identifié, par le pouvoir en place, comme le vecteur de la subversion sociale et le levier de la déconstruction idéologique. 

Top Turkish court rejects appeal against election law

31 Mayo 2018
Turquía
Fuente: 
Daily Sabah

Turkey's Constitutional Court on Thursday rejected main opposition Republican People's Party's (CHP) application for the annulment of several articles of the electoral alliance law on the grounds of election security.

The electoral alliance law, allowing political parties to form alliances for the first time in Turkish politics, was ratified by the Parliament on March 13. The court's decision was important as there are only 24 days left for the snap parliamentary and presidential elections in June.

Resolution seeking delay in elections submitted in Balochistan Assembly

30 Mayo 2018
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Pakistan Today

A resolution demanding one-month delay in general elections was submitted in Balochistan Assembly on Wednesday.

The resolution, submitted by Balochistan Home Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti, sought that elections be held in August, instead of July this year, because “a majority of the public wants to undertake Hajj for which [many] would be travelling to Saudi Arabia in July” and hence, they would be unable to vote in the elections.

PM Abbasi reiterates call for free, fair elections

30 Mayo 2018
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The Express Tribune

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday reiterated his call for free and fair elections and voiced concerns regarding a government, non-representative of the masses, assuming power.

“You can see what happened in Balochistan and the Senate. It is not in the country’s best interests,” said the premier while addressing a news conference in Islamabad.

« IBK sera réélu grâce à son bilan positif », assure le porte-parole du gouvernement

30 Mayo 2018
Malí
Fuente: 
Jeune Afrique

Amadou Koïta, ministre de la Jeunesse et porte-parole du gouvernement malien, défend le bilan d'Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, qui s'est porté officiellement candidat à un second mandat, lundi 28 mai. Pour le porte-parole du gouvernement, IBK sera réélu dès le premier tour à la présidentielle du 29 juillet. Interview.

Ending the de facto ruling political institutions and the way forward

30 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Yesterday, President Emmanuel Macron managed to break the Libyan iceberg in Paris. He convened all four parties to the Libyan conflict, along with the heavyweight presence of presidents and high delegations from a number of state. The meeting resulted in the parties agreeing to a joint statement. This statement symbolizes a new roadmap for Libya: a shortcut to elect legitimate institutions for a probably new transitional period that would lead to the adoption of a Libyan constitution and stability for the country.

La comisión electoral de Irak anula los resultados de las parlamentarias en más de mil centros de votación

30 Mayo 2018
Iraq
Fuente: 
Europa Press

La comisión electoral de Irak ha anunciado este miércoles la anulación de los resultados de las parlamentarias celebradas el 12 de mayo en más de mil centros de votación debido a las irregularidades registradas en los mismos.

En su comunicado, recogido por el portal local de noticias Iraqi News, el organismo ha señalado que ha analizado 102 colegios electorales en diez provincias donde hubo denuncias por parte de los partidos políticos y ha confirmado que hubo violaciones del proceso.

LF Concerned of Bassil’s Attempt to Break their Relation with Aoun

30 Mayo 2018
Líbano
Fuente: 
Naharnet

The Lebanese Forces emphasized eagerness to maintain good relations with President Michel Aoun, voicing fears that outgoing Foreign Minister Jebran Bassil “seeks to break” their ties with the “presidential term,” al-Joumhouria daily reported on Wednesday.

“Bassil wants to blow the LF relationship with the presidential term,” by allocating the share of the president in the new government to figures belonging to his “political line,” LF sources told the daily on condition of anonymity.

Good Party gradually unraveling with series of resignations

30 Mayo 2018
Turquía
Fuente: 
Daily Sabah

With less than a month remaining for the presidential and parliamentary elections, resignations continue to plague the newly established Good Party (İP). Most recently, the founding member and general board member of the İP, Ruhat Mengi, resigned from her duties, blaming the party of being different than it is being portrayed

Arabia Saudí desmiente a Macron y niega que Hariri fuera retenido en Riad

29 Mayo 2018
Arabia Saudí
Fuente: 
La Vanguardia

Arabia Saudí desmintió hoy al presidente francés, Emmanuel Macron, después de que dijera que el primer ministro libanés, Saad Hariri, fue "retenido" en Riad durante dos semanas el pasado noviembre.

Una fuente del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores saudí, citada por la agencia oficial SPA, calificó la declaración del presidente francés de "incorrecta".

"El reino ha estado y continúa apoyando la estabilidad y la seguridad del Líbano, así como al primer ministro Hariri, por todos los medios", manifestó.

Élections le 10 décembre: une date, de l’optimisme et encore beaucoup de questions

29 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Jeune Afrique

Les principaux acteurs politiques libyens se sont engagés mardi 29 mai, à Paris, à assurer l'organisation d'élections présidentielle et législatives le 10 décembre 2018. Bien que nombre de questions restent en suspens sur ce document qui n'a pas encore été paraphé, le ton était à l'optimisme à l'issue de la rencontre.

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