Following the April 5 first-round Presidential Elections, Afghans will return to the polls on June 14 to vote for their next President. This is the final round of elections for what is expected to be the country’s first democratic transition of power between heads of State.
On June 15, Georgians will go to the polls to vote for their municipal government representatives. Across the country, citizens will elect 2,088 council members to 71 local councils (called sakrebulos), 12 mayors of self-governed cities and 59 chief executives (called gamgebelis) of local self-government municipalities.
On June 8, Kosovars will go to the polls to vote for their representatives in the Assembly of Kosovo. While the parliamentary election was initially planned for later in the year, the 120-member body voted to dissolve on May 7 and snap elections were called for June 8.
Colombians will cast their ballots to elect a President and Vice President on Sunday, May 25. The National Electoral Council is responsible for the general oversight and conduct of these polls, for which there are nearly 33 million eligible voters.
A majority of Ukrainians is likely to vote in the May 25 presidential election, according to a new national survey conducted by the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) between April 29 and May 11, 2014. IFES has conducted regular public opinion surveys in Ukraine for the past two decades and has been a leading source of research on political attitudes in the country.