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1. learning | 04 Jul 2011
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» Chamlong Srimuang a key leader of the “vote-no” movement, did not vote “no” after all. In fact, he did not vote at all. He was not alone.
2. news | 29 Apr 2013
» One of the top candidates to become Asian football's next leader called Monday for an investigation into allegations of vote-buying and interference which have surfaced before this week's vote.
3. news | 05 May 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» There's no lack of drama when it comes to modern-day condominium general meetings. Put a group of condo owners in a room together and ask them to vote on a variety of issues and sparks are bound to fly, especially wh...
4. news | 04 May 2013
By Waedao Harai
» NARATHIWAT - Muslims holding dual Thai and Malaysian nationality are travelling across the border at Sungai Kolok to vote in the general election in Malaysia on Sunday.
5. learning | 20 Apr 2011
» Free trips at taxpayers' expense disguised as "study trips" or "seminars" create obligations to vote for politicians.
6. learning | 27 Jun 2011
» There were no reports of violence at yesterday's advance vote, but the process wasn't as smooth as it should have been either.
7. learning | 23 Jun 2011
» A corrupt public health minister and convicted felon turned reforming monk after release from prison, reveals vote buying tricks.
8. news | 10 May 2013
» Desmond Tutu will not vote for South Africa's ruling African National Congress, which brought Nelson Mandela to power exactly 19 years ago, the Nobel Peace laureate said in an article published Friday.
9. news | 12 May 2013
» Pakistani politician Imran Khan on Sunday welcomed the high turnout in the country's elections as a step forward for democracy, but said his party would submit a report on alleged vote-rigging.
10. news | 14 Apr 2013
» Venezuelans awaited the results of the election to replace late leader Hugo Chavez, with his handpicked political heir favored to win, as the opposition candidate warned of vote manipulation.