African Elections News Archives : October, 2011

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28 October, 2011 : Ennahda wins majority seats in Tunisia's Constituent Assembly
27 October, 2011 : Liberia: UP Leads Provisional Results With 44.5%
27 October, 2011 : Ghana: Biometric voters registration exercise for election 2012 to begin early next year
24 October, 2011 : Counting under way after Tunisia polls
24 October, 2011 : Cameroon: Paul Biya declared winner of October 9th elections
22 October, 2011 : Tunisians vote in a Landmark elections Tomorrow
18 October, 2011 : Tunisia 2011 : The Road to the Election
18 October, 2011 : Liberia Elections: Prince Johnson Turns Support to Prez Sirleaf
18 October, 2011 : Tunisia: European Parliament Delegation to Observe Elections
16 October, 2011 : Liberia Opposition to Contest Presidential Run-Off
15 October, 2011 : Liberia Elections: Opposition Allege "Fraud" and Pull out of Elections
15 October, 2011 : Sirleaf Leads With 45 Percent After 70 Percent of Votes Counted
12 October, 2011 : Liberia Elections: Sirleaf Takes Marginal Lead
12 October, 2011 : Egypt: Registration of candidates for Parliamentary polls opens
12 October, 2011 : Provisional Results Expected Thursday-NEC Chairman Discloses
11 October, 2011 : Two Horse Race For Liberia 2011 Elections
11 October, 2011 : Observers delighted with Liberia Electoral Polls
11 October, 2011 : Liberians Defy Rains to Vote in General Elections
11 October, 2011 : ECC Applauds Election Participation
09 October, 2011 : Presidential Voting Off to Slow Start in Cameroon
09 October, 2011 : Polls End in Cameroon
08 October, 2011 : Six Thousand Observers for Cameroon Elections
08 October, 2011 : Cameroon Votes Tomorrow
07 October, 2011 : Cameroon's three Leading Candidates
07 October, 2011 : Ghana : Political parties agree Biometric registration roadmap
04 October, 2011 : Commonwealth Team to Observe Cameroon Elections
04 October, 2011 : Professor Jega heads ECOWAS Election Observer Mission to Liberia
03 October, 2011 : Tunisia Campaigns Kick off
01 October, 2011 : Liberia: Election Violators Risk Facing International Courts of Justice