POLITICIANS from Guyana’s main opposition party protested inside parliament yesterday during a speech by President David Granger who they accuse of vote rigging.
People’s Progressive Party (PPP) MPs held up placards reading “free and fair elections” while others...
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
Vote attracts lowest turnout of Fifth Republic
Tuesday 13th Jun 2017
VENEZUELA’S opposition leaders will demand the removal of Supreme Court judges in congress today after the court withdrew its ruling nullifying the elected parliament.
The judges reversed their position on Saturday after President Nicolas Maduro urged them to think again.
Tuesday 4th Apr 2017
New group repeats left’s strong showing at polls
Tuesday 28th Jun 2016
HAITIAN election authorities started yesterday considering calls to rerun last year’s presidential poll after a special commission unearthed hordes of “zombie votes.”
Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) president Leopold Berlanger declined to comment on the findings...
Wednesday 1st Jun 2016
Labour can win as the anti-austerity party under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership in 2020 writes Diane Abbott MP
Saturday 14th May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
Last week’s results should make us proud – but could we have done even better without the campaign to undermine Corbyn? asks CHRISTINE SHAWCROFT
The Bitterites’ glum faces on Friday summed up how well Corbyn performed in his first national electoral test, writes Charley Allan
Tuesday 10th May 2016
We must shout loud and clear about Blairite sabotage if Labour is to be successful, writes MICHELLE RYAN
LABOUR’S electoral victories continued over the weekend, after the party’s Marvin Rees was elected mayor of Bristol with nearly double the votes of the incumbent mayor.
Jeremy Corbyn rushed to Bristol to celebrate the success of Mr Rees, who was said to be the first person...
Monday 9th May 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain