Posts about Elections

Ahead of elections, Mozambique conference debates fake news and its dangers

The issue of fake news and misinformation during elections is little discussed in Mozambique.

Water scarcity has become a pressing issue in Iran

«  One day, it [the lake] will reject salty water and it will then be a real disaster. »

Fraud, Intimidation, and Repression: Uncertainty Surrounds the Election in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The coming months should therefore prove critical. Will Kabila respect the established electoral calendar?

2018 Editorial Goals: Is There a Way To Make Sense of How We Chose Presidents in Francophone Africa?

"Instead of waiting for the puzzling electoral results to overwhelm us, we will try to proactively examine the context of each election before to the frenzy of campaign season."

African Historical Figures the World Should Get to Know: Richard Ratsimandrava

Ratsimandrava holds the record for the second shortest mandate in history as President of the Republic: one week.

NATO's Legitimacy Undermined

* This post was originally written on GV en français and translated by Graham Perra. Donald Trump and Angela Merkel may have reiterated their support for NATO, the military alliance...

Should the world look more like Global Voices?

"how [can] Global Voices scale the trust we’ve built internally in our community to larger audiences outside [...] so we can make more of the world look like GV?"

How expats living in France see the country with the presidential elections fast approaching

Avant les élections présidentielles, vis ma vie d'expat.

GV Board Elections 2017: Mong Palatino

Dear friends and colleagues, Mabuhay! I am both happy and honored to be nominated as a staff representative in the Global Voices board.

GV Board Elections 2017: Annie Zaman

Hi, I am Qurratulain Zaman known to many as Annie, and to a few as Mimi’s mother (Um-e-Umaima). I am really honoured to be nominated to represent this lovely, diverse...