Sham elections in Bahrain by the Al-Khalifa Regime Dictatorship

Al-Khalifa Regime Begins Election amid Mass Boycotts

22 November 2014 17:29

Bahrain holds legislative elections Saturday for the first time since a 2011 popular revolution, despite a boycott by the opposition that led the pro-democracy movement. The Persian Gulf state’s electorate of almost 350,000 is being called to choose 40 deputies, with most of the 266 candidates being Sunnis. State media in Bahrain

Western-backed Al-Khalifa Regime Begins Election amid Mass Boycotts

22 November 2014 10:51

Bahrain holds legislative elections Saturday for the first time since a 2011 popular revolution, despite a boycott by the opposition that led the pro-democracy movement. The Persian Gulf state’s electorate of almost 350,000 is being called to choose 40 deputies, with most of the 266 candidates being Sunnis. State media in Bahrain

Bahrain’s main opposition censures election

23 November 2014 10:53

Bahrain’s main opposition party has censured the country’s recent legislative vote, saying the regime forced security personnel to vote. Bahrain’s al-Wefaq Party Secretary General Ali Salman made the comments at a press conference held by the National Democratic Opposition Parties on Saturday.

Bahraini Regime Troops Suppress Mass anti-Elections Demonstration in Diraz

21 November 2014 20:32

The Bahraini regime troops suppressed on Friday an anti-election demonstration in Diraz, using tear bombs and flying helicopters at low altitude above the demonstrators. The Bahrainis boycott the election because they consider that it just consecrates tyranny as well as monopoly of power

Bahrainis voice opposition to forthcoming elections

20 November 2014 9:22

The Bahraini people have taken to the streets on the Island of Sitra to express their opposition to upcoming elections in the Persian Gulf Arab state. The anti-regime demonstrators on Wednesday chanted anti-monarchy slogans and pledged to boycott Manama’s elections scheduled to be held on November 22

What Was the Scandal in Bahrain Election?

16 November 2014 23:25

One of Bahrain election candidates was speaking with a different accent to the native people living in this country that seemed to be a real foreigner. According to the sources one of the candidates called “Nayef Al-jaasem” comes from Yemen and during his candidatory speech with an accent with was diffirenet to the one the native

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