Voting underway in Uzbekistan’s presidential election | Election News

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev faces no real opposition in Sunday’s vote and will almost certainly win a second term. Voters in Uzbekistan cast their votes in presidential elections in which incumbent President Shavkat Mirziyoyev faces no real opposition and is almost certain to win a second term. Voting in the Central Asian country of 34 million … Read more

Hungarian Orban accuses EU and US of meddling in 2022 elections | Election News

Viktor Orban has accused foreign powers of backing the left-wing bloc that will try to replace him after ten years in power. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has accused Brussels and Washington of meddling in Hungarian politics ahead of parliamentary elections next April. Orban told tens of thousands of supporters at a rally in downtown Budapest … Read more

Geagea’s subpoena has a political and legal trade-off

Khamenei’s representative in Lebanon calls for “fair and transparent” inquiry into Tayouneh events Yesterday, politically and judicially, the issue of the subpoena of the government commissioner to the military court, Judge Fadi Akiki, for the head of the “Lebanese Armed Forces” party, Samir Geagea, in the Tayouneh incident file was interplayed. In this regard, the … Read more

Lebanon’s president Aoun rejects draft electoral law | political news

Aoun says holding elections in March, nearly two months ahead of schedule, would reduce voter participation. Beirut, Lebanon – President Michel Aoun has brought a draft law to hold parliamentary elections early on March 27 instead of May back to parliament for reconsideration. The president’s office said Friday that holding elections nearly two months ahead … Read more

Mohamed Salah joins Madame Tussaud’s celebrity list

Mohamed Salah joins Madame Tussaud’s celebrity list The Egyptian star is the first Arab player to make a wax figure for him in London Friday – 16 Rabi’ al-Awwal 1443 AH – 22 October 2021 AD Edition No. [ 15669] Mohamed Salah stands next to his wax figure in Madame Tussauds wax museum (Madame Tussauds) … Read more

Senate Republican Phillipsster re-enacts Democratic Electoral Reform Bill

Senate Republicans blocked Democrat’s latest attempt To rewrite U.S. election and voting laws on Wednesday, progressive activists pushed for amendments to the chamber’s 60-vote constructive filebuster किंवा or repeal it altogether. The proposal to end the debate on these measures, now known as the Freedom of Vote Act, received 49 “yes” votes and 51 “no” … Read more

Lebanon sets March date for parliamentary elections | Election News

Politicians also vote against adding six seats to represent the diaspora and reject quotas for female MPs. Beirut, Lebanon – The Lebanese parliament has voted to set a date of March 27 next year to hold parliamentary elections, slightly ahead of schedule. The vote on Tuesday came as MPs decided individually not to add six … Read more

Political outsider to oppose Orban in Hungary’s 2022 vote | Election News

A small-town conservative and father of seven will lead an alliance of six opposition parties in next year’s parliamentary vote. A Hungarian political outsider who is not a party to the party will face Prime Minister Viktor Orban in next year’s parliamentary elections after winning a second opposition primary on Sunday. Small-town conservative Peter Marki-Zay … Read more

Prevent Facebook from tracking iPhone photo data

Prevent Facebook from tracking iPhone photo data

Beirut – Salwa Yassin – Follow up with Impartiality: Facebook collects a lot of information about its users regardless of the mobile platform they use. This prompted Apple to adopt many new tools to monitor user privacy and prevent companies from tracking them. When Facebook asks you to track and collect your information, you can … Read more

Vote Antonio, or rather Roberto Gualtieri, in CGIL Square. But on the left they can do anything – Time

Francesco Storace October 16, 2021 Who knows what this nice lady means who shows her electoral preference in Piazza San Giovanni. She went to the anti-fascist demonstration – where our photographer was – but she didn’t seem to be advertising the partisan struggle. Indeed, she is more interested in a different kind of battle, the … Read more