Key element of Israeli judicial reforms passes first vote
The government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose ruling coalition includes ultra-Orthodox and extreme-right parties, introduced its judicial reform package in January.
Bosses must give employees time off or leave to vote
Human Resources Minister M Saravanan says it is the right of every Malaysian citizen aged 18 and above to vote, and that action will be taken against employers who do not comply.
Britain's tortuous leadership race to reach final two
Boris Johnson, the scandal-ridden outgoing leader, resigned earlier this month, triggering an unseemly fight within the ruling Conservative Party to replace him.
Race to replace UK's Boris Johnson heats up as end in sight
Four candidates remain, with one to be axed after a vote of Conservative Party lawmakers later on.
Italy left in political limbo, early election beckons
Italy might need early elections to overcome a political impasse, government officials say, after Prime Minister Mario Draghi tendered his resignation in the wake of a mutiny by a coalition partner.
Britain's Labour to put forward no-confidence motion, source says
A no-confidence motion means that lawmakers from all the parties represented in parliament can vote on whether the government, under Johnson for the time being, should continue in office.
Macron seeks to salvage power after France vote upset
The result of the parliamentary elections was a stunning blow for the president and his reform agenda, leaving his camp facing the prospect of a political deadlock.
UK PM Johnson vows to ‘get on with the job’ after surviving confidence vote
His first challenge will be to convince his most senior allies, some of whom would have likely run to replace him if he had been forced out, that he will be able to move on from questions about his leadership.
UK PM Johnson survives Tory MPs’ no-confidence vote
The vote – just over two years after he won a landslide general election victory – was brought after a string of scandals that have left the Tory party's standing in tatters.
Japan votes in test for new PM, political stability
Turnout will be crucial, since higher turnout tends to favour the opposition, but many are choosing to vote absentee.
Govt scores narrow victory in final budget vote
The third reading of the budget was passed with 111 votes against 108 and one absentee.
Dr M, Ku Li offer to ‘bring back the tiger in us’
But the two elderly politicians offer few details of their plan ahead of the final vote on the 2021 budget tomorrow.