A total of 4,006 individual candidates and eight parties’ lists were accepted to run in the parliamentary elections, which is set to kick off on October 21.
The National Election Authority (NEA) announced that Saturday, September 26 will be the last day for electoral committees to receive candidacy papers from applicants who wish to run in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The election is the second since endorsing the new constitution of Tunisia in 2014.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg, France, on July 2, 2019.
Nigerian voters return to the polls to elect powerful state governors, two weeks after Muhammadu Buhari secured a second term in a delayed presidential vote.
Ali Abdel Aal said that the local elections will be held in 2018, which is sooner than the date expected by some officials.
Deputy Foreign Minister Hamdy Sanad Loza said that five regional and international organizations will participate in observing the presidential election
“Los Angeles will be the last ballot station to close its doors and conclude the election on Sunday due to the time differences,” said General Consul to the U.S. Lamia Mekhamair.
Egyptians’ long queues for the second consecutive day in front of embassies and consulates where they cast their ballots reflect the Egyptians’ will.
Supporters of Honduras's opposition blocked roads in towns and cities to demand their candidate Nasralla be declared the winner of a presidential election.
Polls opened in the Slovenian presidential election on Sunday with incumbent President Borut Pahor running for his second five-year mandate against eight other candidates.
Popular Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, whose fledgling conservative party poses a growing challenge to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling bloc.
Angolans voted in a parliamentary election on Wednesday expected to usher in the ruling party's defense minister as the first new leader for 38 years.