Published: Sep 29, 2021
Japan famously does much of its political wrangling behind closed doors, often making leadership contests drab affairs. Wednesdays vote to choose the next head of the Liberal Democratic Party, who is set to become prime minister, is shaping up as a rare exception.
Published: Mar 20, 2021
The Election Commission (EC) has allowed people to notify the EC via electronic channels of their inability to exercise their voting right in local elections, it was announced on the Royal Gazette website on Friday.
Published: Oct 31, 2020
Advance voting are being carried out for 2020 General Election and on the first day of advance voting, voters faced torn envelopes, instead of stamping party logo in the ballot papers, voters are asked to write down correction mark with bullpen and in some places, some parties logos are found according to MPs in some areas and voters.
Published: Sep 13, 2020
From her home in the Philadelphia suburbs, Nin Bell works for an answering service, taking calls from people trying to reach more than 10,000 funeral homes and end-of-life companies. As the coronavirus began to sweep the country earlier this year, the number of calls related to new deaths tripled.
Published: Feb 28, 2020
Members of the House of Representatives gave overwhelming support to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Cabinet on Friday (February 28) after a vote of confidence was held on the premier and five ministers following a four-day censure debate from February 24-27.
Published: Oct 17, 2019
The emergency decree on the King’s bodyguard was passed by parliament today with 376 votes in favour, 70 against and 2 abstentions. The decree is related to transfers and budget allocation, which will now come under His Majesty the King’s direct control.