The scheduled vote for a new prime minister comes five years after junta head Prayuth Chan-ocha seized power from an elected government in 2014.
It is now up to interim president Abdelkader Bensalah to again convene the electoral body and to finalise the electoral process.
Papua New Guinea lawmakers overwhelmingly elects James Marape as prime minister – a former finance minister who resigned in protest against a massive ExxonMobil and Total gas project.
SYDNEY: The government of Papua New Guinea appeared to be in danger on Tuesday, after opponents of Prime Minister Peter O’Neill convincingly won a...
Ali Biju, Saifuddin Nasution, Tian Chua and Xavier Jayakumar also named to the election team.
Indonesian troops are on standby in Jakarta as a deadline for a presidential challenger to file an appeal for cheating in its recently Presidential elections is underway.
Protests which started peacefully on Tuesday turned violent in the evening, forcing police to fire tear gas to disperse the crowd.
The legal director of Prabowo's campaign confirms that they will lodge a lawsuit with the Constitutional Court.
Volodymyr Zelensky will hold early elections now that Ukraine's parliament is dissolved.
Several polls have indicated Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its National Democratic Alliance will win a parliamentary majority.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Liberal-National coalition will hold at least 77 seats in the 151-member lower house.
President Alexander Van der Bellen will hold further talks with other party leaders to fix a date.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will run on the same ticket as Alberto Fernandez, a veteran politician and her late husband’s former cabinet chief.
Polls close at 6.00pm in the seventh and final round of voting, ending the world's biggest election with 900 million eligible voters.
The shock result has wide-ranging implications for a slew of listed companies, from banks to builders and resources firms.
Australia's Liberal-led coalition has won or is leading in 74 seats in its quest for a 76-seat majority.
Labour leader Bill Shorten says while there were still millions of votes to be counted, it was clear he would not be able to form a government.
Betting markets, which had tagged Labour as a certain winner before election day, have swung violently to back the coalition to form a government.
Results showed Palang Pracharat winning 115 seats in the 500-member lower House of Representatives.
Vivian Wong chalks up huge 11,000 vote margin against Linda Tsen of PBS, on lower voter turnout.
President Joko Widodo aims to make Indonesia the world's fifth-biggest economy by 2045 by setting the building blocks in place now.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party lost the mayorship over Istanbul by a narrow margin and has refused to accept defeat.
The Socialists Party is just short of a ruling majority and is pondering as to form a coalition with another party.
Thanathorn says the military junta is willing to do anything to stay in power.