Noticias

Kuwait’s parliament to convene on December 16

04 Dic 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Gulf News

Kuwait’s new parliament will hold its first session on December 16, two weeks after the elections were held despite calls by the opposition to boycott them.

Emir Shaikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah has launched consultations with former parliament speakers and former premier Shaikh Nasser Al Mohammad on the name of the prime minister amid speculations that Shaikh Jaber Al Mubarak Al Sabah would be asked to remain at the position he has held since late last year.

Najib agonising over GE date and strategies

04 Dic 2012
Malasia
Fuente: 
Malaysia Kini

It is now almost three years since Najib Abdul Razak took over from Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as prime minister.

He has performed a slew of legislative reforms, set out major economic and education plans but has not yet taken the step to call for Malaysia's 13th general election.

Following the timeframe the constitution sets out, Najib has the autonomy to call elections before April 21, after which the Elections Commission has the prerogative and must call elections within 60 days.

Deputy PM expects no group decision on BDP deputies' immunity

03 Dic 2012
Turquía
Fuente: 
Todays Zaman
Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç has said he doesn't expect his Justice and Development Party (AK Party) will take a group decision on the issue of lifting the immunity of several pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) deputies.
 
 “Every deputy will give his or her own decision,” Arınç said on Sunday, commenting on a recent statement by AK Party deputy Galip Ensarioğlu, who said 60 AK Party deputies would vote against removing the immunity of the BDP deputies.

Kuwait Cabinet quits in post-election formality – Opposition to stage post-election demo

03 Dic 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Kuwait Times

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah yesterday accepted the resignation of the Cabinet submitted by Prime Minsiter Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah in a measure required under the constitution.

The Amir asked the premier and other ministers to continue as a care-taker government until the new Cabinet is formed. Under Kuwaiti law, the Cabinet must resign after the announcement of the parliamentary election results and a new Cabinet must be formed before the National Assembly holds its first session which must be within two weeks of the results.

Only BN can give people a better future, says Najib

03 Dic 2012
Malasia
Fuente: 
The Borneo Post

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak yesterday called on the people to give their full mandate to the Barisan Nasional (BN) government for another five-year term to secure a better future for themselves and the country.

He said this was because the BN government had varied experience in administering the country since 55 years ago compared to the opposition pact which had no basic understanding in charting a good direction for the country.

Observers praise Kuwait for fair, transparent elections – Important phase in Kuwait history

02 Dic 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Kuwait Times

A team of international observers, which was invited by the Kuwait Transparency Society (KTS) to Kuwait to observe the Dec 1 elections, finished its report and made certain recommendations which were made public yesterday by the Ministry of Information.

The Undersecretary of Ministry of Information, Sheikh Salman Al-Homoud Al- Sabah, expressed his satisfaction at the conduct of elections that reflected the functioning democracy in Kuwait.

Win for minorities in controversial Kuwait elections

02 Dic 2012
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Gulf News

Kuwait’s boycott-hit elections on Sunday registered a 40 per cent turnout, with minorities making significant gains and both the government and the opposition claiming victory.

Minorities and previously under-represented groups made significant gains following a controversial emergency decree issued by the emir that reduced the number of candidates a voter can elect from four to one.

Alrededor de 7.000 personas se manifiestan en Amán para solicitar la dimisión del primer ministro

01 Dic 2012
Jordania
Fuente: 
Europapress

Alrededor de 7.000 personas se han manifestado este viernes en Amánpara solicitar la dimisión del primer ministro, Abdulá Ensur, y para protestar contra las últimas medidas adoptadas por el Gobierno, entre ellas la decisión de aumentar los precios de los derivados del petróleo.

Les enseignements d’un scrutin

01 Dic 2012
Argelia
Fuente: 
El Moudjahid

L’unanimité n’est pas difficile à obtenir en faveur de la réussite d’un double scrutin pour les APC et les APW qui aura concrétisé
les principes de la démocratie participative et de la représentativité populaire dans les segments les plus essentiels. C’est d’autant plus rassurant quand on observe que cette consultation populaire intervient dans un climat de réformes politiques en profondeur initiées par le  Président de la République, M. Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

Le scrutin par les chiffres : 7.191 sièges APC et 685 sièges APW pour le FLN

01 Dic 2012
Argelia
Fuente: 
El Moudjahid

Le Front de libération nationale (FLN) a remporté les élections locales organisées jeudi, en obtenant 7.191 sièges dans les Assemblées populaires communales (APC) et 685 sièges aux Assemblées de wilaya (APW). Le FLN vient ainsi en première position avec un taux de 28,89% des 24.891 sièges à pourvoir au sein des APC et 34,18% des 2 004 sièges à pourvoir aux APW, selon les résultats préliminaires rendus publics hier par le ministre de l'Intérieur et des Collectivités locales, M. Daho Ould Kablia lors d'une conférence de presse.

AKP offers to delay presidential system

30 Nov 2012
Turquía
Fuente: 
Hurriyet Daily News

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has offered to postpone discussions at Parliament’s Constitution Reconciliation Commission on its proposal for a presidential system to avoid obstructing the body’s work after the three opposition parties backed the continuation of the parliamentary system. 

The AKP has also suggested that their presidential system proposal for Turkey’s new Constitution could eventually be drafted with red lines from opposition parties, in other words, with reservations and parentheses.

Abbas felicita al pueblo palestino por el reconocimiento de la AP como Estado observador no miembro

30 Nov 2012
Palestina
Fuente: 
Europapress

El presidente de la Autoridad Palestina, Mahmud Abbas, ha felicitado este viernes al pueblo palestino por la decisión de la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas de elevar el estatus de Palestina en la organización de entidad observadora a Estado observador no miembro y ha subrayado que esta decisión "es una victoria para la paz, la libertad y la legitimidad internacional", según ha informado la agencia estatal de noticias palestina, WAFA.

New programme for QLC ‘leaders’

29 Nov 2012
Qatar
Fuente: 
Qatar Tribune

DOHA QATAR Leadership Centre (QLC) held an orientation day for 35 participants of the newly launched current and future executive leaders programme 2012-2013.  The orientation session was held at the Four Seasons Hotel, in Doha, recently, where Sheikh Dr Abdulla bin Ali al Thani, board member and executive director of QLC outlined the programme goals, structure and QLC vision to the new participants. 

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