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# Democracy

Last month
June 2024
20 years of legal migrant voting in Ireland but conspiracies about it are being shared online
Modi wins India election, but loses parliamentary majority for first time in a decade
This year
Analysis: Biden may be slipping, but here's what he should do to win...
Larry Donnelly
Roberta Metsola: How to defend the European Union and democracy? Vote.
Roberta Metsola
'It's all about the loser': Australia has some advice for Ireland's new electoral commission
Last year
Poland's pro-EU opposition set to win parliamentary majority, partial election results show
Ukraine's parliament speaker tells Dublin conference that Europe 'woke to its mistake' after invasion
Tánaiste says extra TDs are 'an expense we can afford'
Hong Kong democracy activists partially win bid to quash protest convictions
Hong Kong offers bounties for intel on prominent pro-democracy activists overseas
Lack of transparency harming Ireland’s vital election observer role
Belarus opposition leader denounces her treason trial as 'farce'
Thousands of Brazilians join rallies to condemn riots at national congress
All time
EU lawmakers say Hungary no longer a 'full democracy'
Australian PM accuses predecessor of 'trashing' democracy by taking over five ministerial posts
Does 'constructive Euroscepticism' have a place in the EU?
Larry Donnelly: Busting myths ahead of the referendum on allowing the Irish diaspora vote for the President
Larry Donnelly
Opinion: The drive for re-election is a major flaw of modern democracy
Caoimhín De Barra
Belarus mother of five jailed over ‘unsanctioned mass gatherings’
Hong Kong organisers of Tiananmen Square vigil to disband amid crackdown
Dozens of candidates try to unseat California governor in 'recall election' - here's how it works
Hong Kong leader advocates retaliatory sanctions against West
Belarus leader denies repression a year after disputed vote
Five Apple Daily execs arrested under Hong Kong security law
Hong Kong’s Tiananmen museum shuts down amid investigation
Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai gets 14-month jail term over 2019 pro-democracy protest
Myanmar generals in firm control after coup as US threatens sanctions
Opinion: Ireland has dropped rank on the global corruption index - we can and should do better
John Devitt & Robert Gillanders
Opinion: Trump has been a disaster for democracy - he has laid the ground for fascism
Caoimhín De Barra
Opinion: If an Electoral Commission is established, it faces a mammoth task
Malcolm Byrne
Chileans vote overwhelmingly to replace their constitution
Irish journalist: I spent the last five years covering Hong Kong, but then my visa was declined
Aaron Mc Nicholas
Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong to fight for seat in Hong Kong legislature
Explainer: Why is a new law in Hong Kong about the Chinese national anthem so controversial?
Unrest returns to Hong Kong as politicians battle for key committee position
Britain cancels its May local elections due to coronavirus outbreak
'Barristers cannot discriminate': Bar Council responds to criticism of FF TD who advised Gerry Adams
Hong Kong leader to 'listen humbly' after pro-democracy parties crush opposition at local elections
Hong Kong voters wait in hundred metre-long queues to cast their ballot in elections
US Senate angers China after it unanimously passes bill supporting democracy in Hong Kong