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2 Apr 2014

On April 9, Indonesians will elect members of the national level legislatures and sub-national legislatures in what is one of the most complex electoral events globally.

28 Mar 2014

Afghans head to the polls on April 5 to cast their ballots for the country's next President and members of the country's 34 provincial councils. These elections represent three key firsts for the nation.  

20 Mar 2014

Citizens of the Maldives are scheduled to go to the polls this Saturday, March 22, to cast their ballots for a new parliament.

The International Foundation for Electoral Systems’ (IFES) series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Elections in the Maldives: March 22 Parliamentary Elections cover:

14 Mar 2014

Voting is becoming more accessible for voters with disabilities in the Philippines through the project for Ensuring Accessibility of Schools in Elections (EASE).

13 Mar 2014

Since the "Velvet Divorce" from the Czech Republic over two decades ago, Slovakia has steadily become stronger economically and politically.

On Saturday, March 15, Slovaks will head to the polls to elect a successor to President Ivan Gasparovic who is currently finishing his second – and final – term in office.

7 Mar 2014

In December 2013, Lembaga Survey Indonesia (LSI), with support from the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES), fielded a national survey focused on electoral process issues in Indonesia.

4 Mar 2014

Colombia’s National Electoral Council has been steadily preparing for the Congressional and Andean Parliament Elections on March 9. Citizens will be electing all 269 members of Congress, comprised of the Senate and the Chamber of Representatives, and five representatives to the Andean Parliament. 

18 Feb 2014

On February 20, Libyans will elect 58 of the 60 members of the Constituent Assembly. Due to the Amazigh boycott of the elections, two seats – reserved for the ethnic minority – will remain uncontested and unfilled.

31 Jan 2014

Amid a tense political climate, voters in Thailand will cast their ballots to elect a new House of Representatives on February 2. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra called for elections on December 9, 2013, after weeks of large-scale protests in Bangkok following the introduction of controversial political amnesty legislation.

29 Jan 2014

Salvadorans head to the polls on February 2 as well. Under a new electoral code approved by Congress in July 2013, the Latin American nation will also implement OCV for the first time. Additionally, all voters will be able to cast their ballots from home. In the last election, only 60 percent of the country was able to do so.

IFES’ frequently asked questions (FAQs) highlight:

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