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High turnout reported for Brexit referendum
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High turnout reported for Brexit referendum

Voter participation may exceed 80 percent highest for UK national election since 1950s 24.06.2016 Michael Sercan Daventry London, City of politics , europe Features archive LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 23: People arrive to ... Anadolu Ajansi, 3 days ago
'Very high' turnout reported for Brexit referendum Equilibrio Informativo, 3 days ago

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Rome set to elect first female mayor

Home » World » Europe Sunday, 19 June 2016 21:02 Posted by ROME: Voters in the Italian capital headed to the polls Sunday with all signs indicating that they will elect Virginia Raggi as the first female mayor of the Eternal City. Raggi, ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Virginia Raggi Becomes Rome's First Female Mayor  Federation of Arab News Agencies1 week ago 1ST LEAD All eyes on Rome as Italians awaiting second-round elections results By Daniel Rademacher, dpa  Europe Online Magazine1 week ago Rome set to elect first female mayor  The Gulf Today1 week ago

Nearly 80 per cent voter turnout in Phase 2 of WB polls

In a heavy turnout amid reports of sporadic violence, close to 80 per cent of the electorate cast their votes till 5 PM in the election to 56 West Bengal Assembly constituencies in the second phase. Overall, 79.70 per cent voters exercised their franchise in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Phase 5 of WB polls record 78.25 pc polling, 186 arrests  Deccan Herald1 month ago About 20 per cent voter turnout recorded in WB polls till 9 AM  Deccan Herald1 month ago 78.25 percent turnout in fifth phase of Bengal polls  Sify1 month ago

Phase 4 of West Bengal polls records 78.05 per cent votes

An estimated 78.05 per cent voter turnout was recorded in the fourth phase of West Bengal assembly election covering 49 constituencies on Monday, in sync with the high polling trend in the previous three rounds. Overall, 78.05 per cent voter turnout was recorded for 49 seats in the two districts after polling began at 7 am, officials said. Till 5 pm, 79.16 per cent voters exercised their franchise in North 24-Parganas district while the figure in Howrah was 75.46 per cent. IMAGE: Women ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago West Bengal polls: 21.64% voter turnout recorded in first 2 hours  Rediff.com2 months ago

Gauteng ANC faces tough polls after Tshwane turmoil

VOTER turnout will be the biggest headache for the ANC in Gauteng in the coming local government elections, as it turns its attention from the turmoil in Tshwane to the final leg of its campaign. This is according to Gauteng chairman Paul ...
 BDlive3 days ago Young voter turnout made dramatic gains last October  NewsFlow241 week ago Youth turnout way up in 2015 federal election, Elections Canada says  NewsFlow241 week ago Voter turnout in Romania's local elections since 1992 lowest turnout in 2016  ACTMedia.eu2 weeks ago
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Over 18,000,000 voters expected to cast ballots to elect mayors and authorities of the local administration

The polling stations have opened on Sunday, at 7 am, and more than 18,000,000 electors are expected to cast their ballots until 9 pm, to elect the authorities of the local administration. A number of 267,242 are running for mayor, local or county ...
 Nine O'Clock3 weeks ago
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Dullest election day so far in Karachi with voter turnout at historic low

A Pakistan Rangers soldier stands guard as the staff count votes at a polling station of the PS-106 constituency on Thursday.—Online KARACHI: It could be termed the dullest election day of the city's traditionally rich electoral history with ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago

World The Latest: London LGBT parade, mayor back European workers

Foreign exchange rates for notes of various currencies are displayed in the window of a Bureau de Change in Westminster following yesterday's EU referendum result, London, Saturday, June 25, 2016. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a ...
 Mail.com1 day ago Brexit Delivers a Blow to Global Economic Confidence  Peterson Institute for International Economics2 days ago David Cameron stands down as British Prime Minister after voters trigger a political earthquake - and global market panic - by backing vote to leave the European Union in historic referendum  NewsGrio2 days ago Latest developments: London mayor says Europeans still welcome  CTV News2 days ago

In shock vote, Britain chooses to leave th...

The voters of the United Kingdom spoke Thursday and, to the surprise of pundits and their elected officials, declared that they want out of the European Union. In a historic nail-biter of a referendum, the nation voted to exit the 28-member EU ...
 Washington Times2 days ago

Okinawan affairs minister, a Henoko base advocate, faces tough July election race

OSAKA On June 7, the day after the Okinawa Prefectural Assembly election saw voters give opponents of the bilateral relocation plan for U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma a bigger majority, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet posted a video ...
 Japan Times2 days ago
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