Le rapport final d'avant-projet de la révision de la Constitution a été transmis avant-hier au chef de l'Etat.
Around 105,000 members of the party are heading to the ballot box on Monday to select a new party leader, with the main contenders being Tirana mayor Lulzim Basha and transport minister Sokol Olldashi.
This is the first time in the party’s history that rank-and-file members vote directly for their chairman.
Berisha resigned as party boss following the defeat in the June 23 parliamentary elections, won by a landslide by the Socialists headed by former Tirana mayor Edi Rama.
On July 16, Libya's legislature, the General National Congress (GNC), finally approved the Constitutional Drafting Commission electoral law which outlines the rules and guidelines for electing the 60 member commission charged with drafting Libya's constitution.
The transitional period that includes constitutional amendments, parliamentary elections and ends with presidential elections is expected to finish within nine months, said Mostafa Higazy, presidential advisor for political affairs.
In a press conference at the presidential palace on Wednesday, Higazy announced that the roadmap detailed in the constitutional declaration released last week is beginning to come to shape, reported state-run Al-Ahram.
The CEC on Wednesday approved the recount decision following appeals from both the Socialist-led coalition and the Democrats of outgoing Prime Minister Sali Berisha.
The Socialist seek a recount in six polling stations, arguing that there are discrepancies between the number of voters and the large number of votes cast. Meanwhile the Democrats have sought a recount at ten polling stations, where tabulation forms for the vote count were not original but were photocopied.
Pour leur première sortie publique, les initiateurs de Tamarod au Maroc ont dévoilé leur plate forme et les objectifs de leur mouvement. Mouvement réformiste ou anti-Benkirane ?
En Mauritanie, le président en exercice de la Coordination de l'Opposition Démocratique (COD) Ahmed Ould Daddah, a appelé les autorités à cesser "l'instrumentalisation de l'Inspection Générale de l'Etat (IGE) et d’en faire un outil de règlement de comptes politiques". Il était en conférence de presse ce mercredi à Nouakchott.
La conférence était consacrée à la défense du président de la Communauté Urbaine de Nouakchott, Ahmed Ould Hamza, auquel une mise en demeure a été adressée pour "mauvaise gestion budgétaire" d’après un rapport de l’IGE, fuité dans la presse.
The Council of Ministers yesterday agreed to allow a team of international monitors to observe the July 27 elections in cooperation with Kuwait Transparency Society. The Cabinet said after its weekly meeting that the decision was taken to ensure that standards of transparency and fairness are completely applied at the next election.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has reappointed three Islamic jurist members of Iran’s Guardian Council and appointed a new jurist to the legislative and electoral supervisory body. In a decree issued on Tuesday, the Leader cited article 91 of the Iranian Constitution to reappoint Islamic jurist members Ayatollah Mohammad Mo’men, Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi and Ayatollah Seyyed Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi to another six-year term in the supervisory body.
- El actual presidente, Asif Alí Zardari, anunció que no va a optar a la reelección
Nuevos candidatos serán presentados este mes según Comisión Electoral
With less than two weeks remaining for parliamentary elections set for July 27, the campaign headquarters of nearly 400 registered candidates are still deserted by voters while it was noticed that a notable number of candidates decided against setting up a main center for their campaigns. In this regard, observers said that the unusual lack of voter interest is most likely connected to the fact that this year’s elections are held during the summer and coincide with Ramadan, noting that people are mostly busy with visits that are likely to go on until the tenth day of the holy month.