US president’s campaign director says there’s no indication its infrastructure was targeted.
Sebastian Kurz was left speechless by the scale of the Conservatives’ victory.
Critics say the draft legislation for camera monitoring at polling stations was aimed at intimidating Arab voters.
How can we expect the young to critically analyse political issues and make a sound decision before electing righteous and capable leaders when they lack maturity?
The result would shore up Abe's ruling coalition ahead of a tax hike later this year and keep alive the prime minister's plan to amend the country's pacifist constitution.
If those aged 18 to 21 are old enough to drive, serve in the armed forces, pay taxes and get married, they should also have a voice in their government.
Party president Wee Ka Siong says the laws on voting and non-Muslim marriage should be streamlined.
The election is largely a showdown of two contenders, Alexis Tsipras of the Syriza party and Kyriakos Mitsotakis of New Democracy.
The PAS president says there are no laws at present compelling party reps to declare their assets.
EC expects 70% voter turnout today.
Controversial eurosceptic Thierry Baudet's Forum for Democracy party came from nowhere to be the second biggest in parliament's upper house.
The Dutch ballot will be widely watched abroad as a bellwether for European Parliament elections in May.
The proposed changes represent some of the new ideological litmus tests set forward by a left-leaning party still smarting from Donald Trump's 2016 victory.
Candidates join 'early birds' at polling stations.
The SEC hasn’t posted any responses to the requests since Dec. 19.
The poll asked nearly 1,000 French people on Oct 30-31 who they would vote for if the European Parliament elections were to be held the next Sunday.
EC chairman Azhar Azizan Harun says no political party has objected so far to the proposal and the bill will be brought to Parliament next month.
Some candidates also suggest a special queue should be allocated for senior members.
Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari says police will be stationed outside polling centres to avoid trouble like that in recent PKR polls in Kedah.
Kuala Muda police chief Adzli Abu Shah believes suspects got involved in the free-for-all following unhappiness with problems linked to the voting system.
Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman says he will meet youth chiefs from political parties to get their views.
PKR central election committee chairman Rashid Din says a thorough internal probe was conducted on the matter.
Polling began at 8am, with all polling centres to close at 5.30pm.
Alam, who is a voter in his hometown in Barishal, in southern Bangladesh, said he would vote for the first time this year - for Khaleda's Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP).