Taiwan’s pro-independence ruling party took a major step on Thursday toward nominating incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen - a thorn in the side of China - as its candidate for a second presidential term.
The violence came on the first day of campaigning for the upcoming presidential elections, serving as a grim reminder of Afghanistan's woeful security situation and the sort of mayhem and murder that have beset previous polls.
A populist mayor who favours closer ties with Beijing was announced as the presidential candidate for Taiwan’s opposition on Monday as it looks to unseat President Tsai Ing-wen in upcoming elections.
The Republic of Congo went to the polls on Sunday for its presidential election which Kolelas was the main challenger.
Tunisia’s presidential candidate Nabil Karoui received a hero’s welcome as he walked free from jail, just days ahead of a runoff against a political newcomer.
I understand Elizabeth Warren’s appeal. The words “Harvard,” “law” and “professor” fill me with so much joy, I like them in any order. A “professor of Harvard Law,” a “law professor
Americans get it. The presidency’s too big for one person. The president deserves to have someone they trust at their side to help shoulder the burden. The problem is, Americans get no say in who the president picks for the role. That may be about to change.
Duda, an ally of the ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party, got 51.2% of the vote according to the National Electoral Commission data released on Monday.
Gon Coulibaly had returned from France just six days earlier. He became unwell on Wednesday after taking part in the weekly cabinet meeting and was taken to hospital, where he passed away.
During America’s major political party quadrennial conventions, presidential candidates of both parties usually keep a low profile when their opponents speak. It’s a longstanding tradition which lets candidates take a deep breath before the headlong plunge into fall campaigning, while still allowing them to present themselves as honourable combatants in the gladiatorial contest that is American presidential politics.