Malaysian politics among subjects of Israeli firm's disinformation business to sway polls
An undercover investigation reveals how the company's services may have influenced elections through fake social media profiles and massive disinformation drives.
Control of US Congress hangs in balance as states labour to count ballots
Republicans have secured at least 211 House of Representatives seats, just seven shy of the 218 needed to seize control from Democrats and put an end to President Joe Biden's legislative ambitions.
Putrajaya residents hope for new faces at polls
They say the same person has represented them for the past 18 years.
Biden starts second year with charm offensive – and bad polls
He says he got 'a lot done' in the face of unprecedented difficulties for a president.
Think outside of the box, EC challenged on outstation Sarawak voters
A political observer says the EC should be targeting a 100% voter turnout and coming up with ways to ensure that those who cannot return to vote can still cast their ballots.
By-election looms in Sabah as Sindumin rep resigns
Yusof Yacob had recently quit Warisan to declare himself an independent
Canadians head to the polls in pandemic election
After six years in power, Justin Trudeau's administration is showing signs of fatigue.
No point debating over Undi 18 any more, says analyst
Hisommudin Bakar says dispute is no longer relevant as the bill has already been passed in Parliament.
Philippines’ Duterte to run for vice-president, says party
Duterte, who was elected to the top job in 2016, is barred under the constitution from seeking another term.
People can go to the supermarket, why not the polls, says Sarawak minister
But Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says this is contingent on an improved voting mechanism and strict SOPs.
Virus situation, EC guidelines to determine Sarawak polls
CM Abang Johari Openg says the situation must be conducive to holding a state election.
Myanmar junta cancels results of 2020 polls won by Suu Kyi’s party
But it did not say whether fresh polls in the country of 54 million would be held.