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Bahraini Elections Math: 2+2 = 8,091

28 Nov, '0624 Comments

Does anyone have any idea why, and this is the third day after the elections, that the exalted Elections Committee has not released the elections stats? You know, those mundane things that would tell us, the citizens and interested parties around the world how many people actually voted, how many ballots were accepted as good, […]

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Transparency’s notes

27 Nov, '066 Comments

More shenanigans it looks like: – خلت الدائرة الرابعة في المحافظة الوسطى من بطاقات التصويت قبل منتصف النهار ونتج عن ذلك توقف لعملية التصويت. .. – في الدائرة الثامنة في المحافظة الوسطى لم يتم فحص هوية المنقبات وفق الآلية الجاري العمل بها. Al-Wasat :: 27 Nov, ’06 The Bahrain Human Rights Society and the Transparency […]

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The woman who shook the throne

The woman who shook the throne

26 Nov, '0630 Comments

So now it seems official. The throne has used its whiles to ensure that Dr. Munira Fakhro does not get elected to parliament. Up to the initial vote count last night, she had 2,853 votes to the bought and paid for royal puppet Salah Ali’s 2,867. A mere 14 votes difference which ensured that there […]

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Bahrain Democracy: New Naturalised Citizens

26 Nov, '0627 Comments

update 20:05: I wrongly thought that this video was showing newly naturalized citizens about to cast their ballots. That notion was corrected by Ehsan, hence I have corrected the main heading of the piece (removed “casting their ballots”). Thanks Ehsan.

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Election fraud?

26 Nov, '0625 Comments

I got this through an email. I do not know the source, nor the authenticity of this clip, but I am sharing it with you here to give the chance for refuting what it actually shows. I hope that the authorities take it with extreme seriousness.

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