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MoI authorizes opposition demo – Court won’t rule on electoral decree

27 Nov 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Kuwait Times

KUWAIT: The Interior Ministry yesterday issued a permit to the organizers of the opposition demonstration on Friday, one day before the Dec 1 election. The opposition has decided to stage the demonstration in protest against holding the election on the basis of the amended electoral law. Interior Ministry spokesman Col Adel Al-Hashash told a press conference yesterday that the ministry issued the permit after it found that the application submitted by the organizers met the conditions set by the ministry, mainly that the demonstration must be peaceful.

16 Ministries Fail to Spend 50pc of Uplift Funds

27 Nov 2012
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Daily Outlook Afghanistan

Sixteen ministries and 17 government departments failed to spend half of their developmental budgets during the outgoing financial year, the Wolesi Jirga Finance and Budget Commission said on Monday.
Under Article 98 of the constitution, the government has to present to the lower during the last quarter of each financial year the budget for the next year. A precise account of the previous year budget will be presented to the assembly during the next six months.

No display of arms during elections: ECP

27 Nov 2012
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The News

Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf Tuesday expressed satisfaction that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has completed arrangements for holding the general election in the country.

 The Prime Minister made these remarks while talking to Secretary Election Commission Ishtiaq Ahmed Khan here at the PM House.

 The Secretary Election Commission informed the Prime Minister that a code of conduct has also been prepared by the Election Commission prohibiting display of weapons during election campaign.

 The Prime Minister appreciated the decision.

Morsi’s moves divide Egypt’s judiciary

27 Nov 2012
Egipto
Fuente: 
Al-Jazeera

As Egypt gears up for further protests, divisions over President Mohamad Morsi's recent decrees to solidify his power have had a polarising effect on the judiciary, one of the country's most sacred institutions.

Morsi's declaration has led to a judicial boycott by some judges, while others say what the president is doing is justified, and those refusing to hear cases are playing politics. 

Six weeks after being shot, Mauritania's president returns home

25 Nov 2012
Mauritania
Fuente: 
CNN

More than six weeks after being shot, reportedly by his own troops, President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz returned home Saturday evening from France, where he'd been receiving medical treatment.

After arriving at Nouakchott Airport in the West African nation's capital, Aziz met with government officials and legislative leaders, according to the state-run AMI news agency.

Le président de la CNISEL change de ton

24 Nov 2012
Argelia
Fuente: 
Tout sur l'Algérie

Achira Mammeri. Mohamed Seddiki revient à de meilleurs sentiments. Après avoir mené une campagne tambour battant tout au long de la campagne électorale contre l’administration, la justice, et le gouvernement, le président de la Cnisel change de ton à une semaine des élections locales du 29 novembre. « Beaucoup de problèmes ont été pris en charge. Des promesses nous ont été faites pour régler les derniers obstacles dans les prochains jours », se félicite M. Seddiki ce vendredi 23 novembre dans une déclaration à TSA.

Young Kuwaitis restless in welfare haven

24 Nov 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Gulf News

why are thousands of young Kuwaitis so dissatisfied?

Kuwait City: They enjoy scholarships, secure jobs and generous salaries at a time when so many young people around the world have dim prospects and are underemployed. So why are thousands of young Kuwaitis so dissatisfied?

The answer, for Abdullah Ashkanani, who like more than half of Kuwaitis is under 25, is about fairness and the freedom to speak out.

La campagne électorale tire à sa fin

23 Nov 2012
Argelia
Fuente: 
APS

ALGER - La campagne en vue du double scrutin du 29 novembre pour le renouvellement des membres des 1.541 Assemblées populaires communales (APC) et des 48 Assemblées populaires de wilayas (APW) tire à sa fin, avec la poursuite du marathon de meetings et de sorties de proximité des 52 partis politiques et candidats indépendants qui s’évertuent à convaincre leurs militants et électeurs.

IHEC approves 23 political entities

22 Nov 2012
Iraq
Fuente: 
IHEC

 The IHEC approves (23) PEs that presented their request to participate in GCEs which take place on 20 April. Next year.

Mr. Moqdad Al Sharify, CEO declared that the number of political entity approved by the IEHC are (23) political entity and the IHEC still accept requests from a different entities according to the procedures and regulations that adopted by IHEC.

The IHEC Opened the political entity registration untill 25 November after approved the certification regulation of the PE and coalition.

 Aliaa Kamil

El Parlamento aprueba dar validez a las acciones de Gilani entre su condena y su inhabilitación

20 Nov 2012
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Europapress

El Parlamento de Pakistán ha aprobado este lunes con mayoría simple una medida para dar validez a todas las acciones llevadas a cabo por el exprimer ministro Yusuf Raza Gilani entre su condena y su inhabilitación por parte delTribunal Supremo por negarse a reabrir los casos de corrupción contra el presidente, Asif Zardari.

The Leader’s Course Must Take over the Country

19 Nov 2012
Irán
Fuente: 
Rooz on Line

Seven months left for the presidential elections in Iran, some analysts speculate that a number of banned newspapers will be allowed to republish and a number of prominent political prisoners will be released prior to the June 2013 elections with the goal of creating public enthusiasm to vote, individuals close to the supreme leader of the Islamic regime have said that the next president must be more coordinated with the leader.

Senate Rejects Panel Proposed By WJ

19 Nov 2012
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Daily Outlook Afghanistan

Meshrano Jirga -- or upper house of parliament -- on Sunday rejected a proposed panel that would introduce members of election commissions' to the president.

The panel's creation has been suggested in a law on the composition, duties and powers of the Independent Election Commission ('IEC) and Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC). The Wolesi Jirga, lower house, passed the measure last month.

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