The crushing defeat inflicted by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in elections in the Indian capital sends an unambiguous
Boris Johnson has just suffered easily the biggest parliamentary rebellion in his time as prime minister, about twice as big as the previous record, a year ago. Paradoxically, he won the vote by a huge majority, because the Labour Party voted for it.
The Liberal Democrats are back as a by-election machine. It has taken them six years since the end of the coalition with the Conservatives, but now they have proved that they can win anywhere. They won Richmond Park with a 16 per cent swing in 2016, and lost it in the general election the following year.
Lebanese greeted the May15th parliamentary election results with “a little satisfaction and a little sadness,” a veteran observer of the scene stated. Lebanese traditionalists were satisfied that the competing core blocks retained their strength but saddened
Rosemary DiCarlo told the UN Security Council that during talks in Cairo from June 12-20 the rivals reached "a broad consensus on most of the contentious articles” in the proposed 2017 constitution, which she called "commendable.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan has advised President Arif Alvi to dissolve parliament after the deputy speaker blocked a move to remove him.
The announcement of Lebanon’s Sunni Prime Minister Najib Mikati that he would not run for the election due on May 15 has come as a further jolt after former prime minister Saad Hariri had said in January that he would not be contesting in the
Peru’s Marxist-Leninist president Pedro Castillo is billed to face an impeachment process on March 28, even as he got the unicameral house to ratify his latest cabinet. Castillo has earned the credit of having changed his cabinet the maximum
After failing to form a government after the elections in last October, major political players in Iraq have decided on Monday to go for another round of elections to resolve the political impasse. The meeting was attended by President Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, UN Representative Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert,
Australians punch drunk after three crisis-ridden years of fire, flood and plague will go to the polls on Saturday, in a tight race narrowly tipped to end a decade of conservative rule. Opinion polls have consistently shown centre-left Labor ahead, suggesting