President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has repeatedly pledged to introduce political and economic reforms and to meet demands raised in demonstrations that toppled the country's longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April 2019.
Russians are participating in a seven-day vote on constitutional amendments that would enable President Vladimir Putin to stay in office until 2036 by resetting the clock on his term limits.
President AlphaConde is proposing a change to the constitution to codify gender equality and introduce other social reforms.
Approved by President Sebastian Pinera, Chileans will on April 26 decide whether they want a new constitution and if they do, whether the body that draws up the new document should be a popularly elected assembly or one mixed with current lawmakers.
Election Commission data shows Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party was on course to increase its grip on parliament with 303 out of 542 elected seats – up from 282 in 2014.
More than eight million Cubans are registered to vote in a referendum the government has turned into a plebiscite on the "irrevocable" role of socialism in the island nation.
If the referendum is ratified, Cubans will see a restructured government and a new constitutional order in tune with the country's current times.
Some 175,000 people were eligible to vote in the remote islands where separatists urged indigenous Kanak voters to choose self-determination and throw off the shackles of "colonial" authorities in Paris.
Speaking at the TRT World Forum, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also reiterated the call for serious reform of the United Nations Security Council, which he said should have representation from countries on all the world's continents.
Thousands of supporters of a second Brexit vote marched through Liverpool's streets as British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says he would back a second referendum if his party votes to pursue the move.
A referendum vote on seven anti-corruption measures remained shy of the quorum, nullifying the results even though each of the measures, including a reduction in lawmakers' salaries and term limits for public posts, got at least 99 percent support.
Turkey will choose its new president and MPs on June 24 and will become a presidential republic from a parliamentary one, as a result of last year's referendum. Here we explain the changes that will come into effect following the elections.
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