Russian Election: Big Victory For Putin-Backed Party United Russia
United Russia, backed by President Putin, secures more than half of the votes and at least 343 seats in the 450-member parliament.
Israeli legislative election, 1977
The Elections for the ninth Knesset were held on 17 May 1977. For the first time in Israeli political history, the right-wing, led by Likud, won a plurality in the Knesset, ending almost 30 years of r...
List of Turkish elections
Turkey used single house system before adopting the constitution of 1961. By the constitution of 1961 Turkey adopted two house (bicameral) system where the upper house was named as the senate of the R...
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Russian Election: Big Victory For Putin-Backed Party United Russia
United Russia, backed by President Putin, secures more than half of the votes and at least 343 seats in the 450-member parliament.
Bangladeshi general election, 2001
The Eighth National Parliamentary Elections 2001 (Bengali: অষ্টম জাতীয় সংসদ নির্বাচন ২০০১) were held in Bangladesh on 1 October 2001. 300 single-seat constituencies for the Jatiyo Sangshad were c...
Bangladeshi general election, 2001 - Wikipedia
Maldivian presidential election, 2008
Presidential elections were held in the Maldives in two rounds on October 8 and 28, 2008. No candidate gained more than 50% of the vote in the first round on October 8; incumbent president Maumoon Abd...
Maldivian presidential election, 2008 - Wikipedia
Japanese House of Councillors election, 1968
House of Councillors elections were held in Japan on 7 July 1968, electing half the seats in the House. The Liberal Democratic Party won the most seats.
Japanese House of Councillors election, 1968 - Wikipedia
Philippine legislative election, 1943
National Assembly elections were held in the Philippines on September 20, 1943 for the elected and appointed representative to the newly created National Assembly of the Second Philippine Republic whi...
Singaporean general election, 1955
The 1955 Legislative Assembly General Elections was held in Singapore on 2 April 1955 to elect twenty-five elective seats on the Legislative Assembly. Nomination day was on 28 February 1955.
A lan...
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Japanese general election, 1924
The Japanese general election of 1924 was the first instance when two political parties were united to form the government. The Seiyuhonto and Seiyukai combined, and they gained 47 of seats in the hou...
Japanese general election, 1924 - Wikipedia
Japanese general election, 1958
General elections were held in Japan on 22 May 1958. The result was a victory for the Liberal Democratic Party, which won 298 of the 467 seats. Voter turnout was 77.0%.
Japanese general election, 1958 - Wikipedia
Electoral geography of Russia
The Red Belt or Red Zone (Russian: Красный пояс) was a group of Russian regions with a stable support for the Communist Party in local and federal elections. The term came into wide use from the m...
Chief Election Commissioner of Bangladesh
The Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) (Bengali: বাংলাদেশের প্রধান নির্বাচন কমিশনার) heads the Election Commission of Bangladesh, a body constitutionally empowered to conduct free and fair election...
Chief Election Commissioner of Bangladesh - Wikipedia
Hong Kong sanitary board election, 1899
The 1899 Sanitary Board Election was supposed to be held on 18 December 1899 for the 2 unofficial seats in the Sanitary Board of Hong Kong.Only persons on the jury lists of the year were eligible to v...
Hong Kong sanitary board election, 1899 - Wikipedia
United Arab Emirates parliamentary election, 2006
The first elections ever to be held in the United Arab Emirates took place on 16 December, 18 December and 20 December 2006. Half of the Federal National Council, which has forty members, were elected...
Indonesian legislative election, 1955
Indonesia's first parliamentary general election was held on 29 September 1955. The candidates were seeking to be elected to the 257-seat People's Representative Council, which would replace the exis...
Indonesian legislative election, 1955 - Wikipedia
Burmese general election, 1990
General elections were held in Burma on 27 May 1990, the first multi-party elections since 1960, after which the country had been ruled by a military dictatorship. The elections were not meant to form...
Elections in North Korea
Elections in North Korea are held every five years. At the national level, North Koreans elect a legislature, the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA). In addition to the Supreme People's Assembly, the peo...
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Indonesian legislative election, 1999
The Indonesian legislative election, 1999, held on June 7, 1999, was the first election since the end of the New Order and the first free election in Indonesia since 1955. With the ending of restrict...
Indonesian legislative election, 1999 - Wikipedia
Indonesian legislative election, 1992
Indonesia's sixth legislative election, and the fifth under the New Order regime, was held on June 9, 1992. Although the share of the vote won by Golkar declined, and the two parties saw their votes r...
South Korean presidential election, 1967
Presidential elections were held in South Korea on 3 May 1967. The result was a victory for Park Chung-hee, who won 51.4% of the vote. Voter turnout was 83.6%.
South Korean presidential election, 1967 - Wikipedia