Kenya’s parliament on Wednesday passed a new bill to amend the country's election laws ahead of the re-run presidential polls on October 26.
The parliament in Kenya is to revise the country’s election laws ahead of the October 26 re-run presidential election following the nullification of the August 8 poll won by incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta.
Political parties in South Africa are now required to disclose their sources of funding following a court ruling on Wednesday to that effect.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe officially dissolved parliament Thursday, effectively kicking off a national election campaign where he faces an unexpected and formidable challenge from the popular governor of Tokyo.
There was a second day of chaos in the Ugandan parliament on Wednesday when Members of Parliament engaged in a scuffle by throwing chairs and punches at each other.
Togo’s parliament is to debate a bill on Friday that seeks to reduce the term limit of the president following series of protests across the West African nation calling for an end to the 50-year Gnassingbe dynasty.
Togo’s parliament is expected to begin work on the country’s constitutional reform bill by Friday amid series of protests across the West African nation calling for an end to the 50-year Gnassingbe dynasty.
Kenya's opposition lawmakers on Tuesday boycotted the opening of the country's parliament which was addressed by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Togo's parliament on Tuesday failed to discuss reforms to the country's constitution despite series of protests in parts of the West African nation calling for changes.
The DA on Wednesday announced that it intends to table a motion to dissolve Parliament on Thursday. This will be a first for a democratic South Africa, and if it succeeds, it will necessitate an early national election.