Ethnic minority voters abandon Labour in droves ahead of local vote
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04 March 2014 10:52:40 News from DutchNews.nl
Voters with a non-western background are no longer automatically prepared to vote Labour and are either undecided or will vote D66 or for a local party in the local elections, according to a new survey. Full article on Ethnic minority voters abandon Labour in droves ahead of local vote
Politics 04 March 2014 10:52:40
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BURMA'S gradual transition away from military rule will take an important step forward on November 8 with the country’s most significant election for decades and at this historic juncture, the nation’s ethnic minorities have a unique opportunity to gain greater influence over the country’s future progress. The post Burma Elections 2015 – The ethnic minority vote appeared first on Asian Correspondent .
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1.1690338 02 June 2015 09:01:01 Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)
Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort of Nessebar has grown by 8000 new voters ahead of the upcoming local elections in the autumn, according to a signal of 8 political parties to the municipality, to the Chief Prosecutor, and two ministers. The tip-off was submitted by the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB), the Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB), the Union of Democratic Forces, the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union, the National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB), the Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV), Movement 21, and the Union of Free Democrats, according to reports of Nova TV. The parties fear that the newcomers will skew the results of the local elections. At the previous round of local elections, the population of Nessebar grew by over 1200 in 3 months, while at the elections in 2007 there were some 1300 new people. The number of newcomers accounts for three seats in the local parliament in a municipality of 22 000 people. Zlatko Dimitrov from GERB pointed out that the official website of the Directorate General of Civil Registration and Administrative Service (GRAO) indicated that over 8000 people had current address registration in Nessebar. The director of the GRAO unit in the Nessebar Municipality, Gergana Todorova, rejected these claims, stressing that the residents of the municipality had increased by 1134, around half of them children, as of January 1, 2015. She noted that the increase was a traditional occurrence and not a precedent. The eight political parties complained about suspicious registrations in Obzor, Sveti Vlas and Nessebar. An inspection is underway at the Nessebar Municipality by the Interior Ministry and the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Nessebar.
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0.97034657 14 April 2015 15:21:09 WN.com - World News
LONDON: Britain's main opposition party - Labour is going all out for the crucial minority vote. On Tuesday, the party will announce a bunch of promises especially for the Indian and minority ethnic community in Britain before the general election on May 7 including reducing discrimination in getting jobs in UK. Among the promises will be a Compulsory Jobs Guarantee that will offer a paid starter job to every young person who's been claiming job-seekers allowance for over a year, work they'd have to take or risk losing benefits. Labour says their plan will give more than 3,200 young black and...
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0.909338 06 April 2015 12:56:23 Vietnam News latest RSS headlines - Vietnam Tribune.com
Greater local political role urged for ethnic minorities HA NOI (VNS) -- Chairman of the Government Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs Giang Seo Phu yesterday called ...
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0.8086221 20 March 2015 22:20:25 Paris News latest RSS headlines - Paris Guardian.com
CHAMPIGNY-SUR-MARNE, FRANCE - Polls indicate France's far-right National Front is neck-and-neck with the main center-right opposition - and far ahead of the ruling Socialist party - ast the ...
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0.8086221 11 August 2014 08:36:36 Voice of Vienna
LONDON: British prime minister David Cameron is facing a rebellion from within his ranks with Britain’s first female Muslim cabinet minister who quit this week saying that the Conservative party cannot win a majority at the next general election to be held in 2015. Baroness Warsi has said Cameron’s neglect towards Britain’s ethnic minority voters
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0.7577817 10 August 2014 15:06:16 WN.com - World News
Sayeeda Warsi, a former Foreign Office minister...
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0.7577817 10 August 2014 14:36:08 WN.com - World News
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives will lose next year's election because they have neglected ethnic minority voters, Britain's first Muslim cabinet minister, who last week resigned over the government's Gaza policy, warned on Sunday. Sayeeda Warsi, a former Foreign Office minister who has played a key role in the Conservatives' appeal to...
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0.7577817 26 May 2014 11:59:25 South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed
Tanya Hart was surprised to learn that her seven-year-old son, Sam, was never asked about his culture and background by teachers at his local school.
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0.6508877 20 May 2014 13:02:35 Greece News latest RSS headlines - Greek Herald.com
A man casts his ballot with an infant in his arm at a polling station, in northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, Sunday, May 18, 2014. Greece's rickety coalition government faces its first ...
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