Bulgaria's Radev announces fifth general election to be held on April 2 after Socialists became the third political party to refuse to form a regular government in deadlocked parliament.
The decision comes a day after a referendum in the country failed to open a path to early elections.
President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev's decision comes a year after the deadly riots that killed 238 people.
Sonexay Siphandone was overwhelmingly voted as new premier following the resignation of his predecessor Phankham Viphavanh due to health reasons.
Political instability has left Nepal with 13 different governments in the past 16 years and the frequent changes and squabbles among parties have been blamed for a slow economy.
Ulf Kristersson was elected after he announced a deal to form a three-party government between his Moderate Party, the Christian Democrats and the Liberals.
Iraq's political deadlock continues as cleric Muqtada al Sadr's key demand to dissolve parliament is rejected by the country's Federal Supreme Court.
Iraq's prominent cleric Muqtada al Sadr has recently helped inflame tensions in the country by commanding thousands of followers to storm and occupy parliament, preventing the formation of a government.
The development comes a day after a royal decree was issued by the country’s emir to form a new government made up of 12 ministers.
Prime Minister Mario Draghi has said now is not the time for political uncertainty within the eurozone's third largest economy, amid a myriad of domestic and geopolitical challenges.
Incumbent Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will become the country’s caretaker premier until elections on November 1.
UN special adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams urged Libyan officials to convene within 10 days to bridge the gaps between the two sides.
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