Politics

  1. Bolivian President Morales calls for new elections after OAS audit

    Bolivian president Evo Morales said on Sunday he would call for new elections after the Organization of American States (OAS) released a report saying that a disputed Oct. 20 vote should be annulled due to irregularities.
    The long-standing leader of the South American nation also said he would replace the members of the electoral board, which has come under fire after the election, which had been won by Morales, was mired in widespread allegations of electoral fraud.

    Region:
    America
    Category:
    Politics
    Bolivian President Morales calls for new elections after OAS audit
  2. Brazil: Lula is free

    Lula was greeted on Friday by delirious supporters outside the federal police headquarters in the city of Curitiba where he has been imprisoned for 580 days.

    Region:
    America
    Category:
    Politics
    Brazil: Lula is free
  3. Boris Johnson just accidentally made the perfect argument for remaining in the EU

    PM said there would be no checks on goods going from Northern Ireland to rest of UK. Speaking at a meeting of local Conservatives in Northern Ireland on Thursday evening, the prime minister said: "Actually, Northern Ireland has got a great deal. You keep free movement, you keep access to the single market, but you also, as it says in the deal, have unfettered access to [Great Britain]."

    Region:
    Europe
    Category:
    Politics
    Boris Johnson just accidentally made the perfect argument for remaining in the EU
  4. Is Hillary Clinton set for a White House run?

    New Poll Has Hillary Clinton And Joe Biden Tied For First Place. The candidate who lost to Trump is making all the right moves as some fear a primary gone too far left. It’s a tantalising notion, but most observers counsel caution – and a dose of realism.

    Region:
    United States
    Category:
    Politics
    Is Hillary Clinton set for a White House run?
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