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The Mothers and Beyond International will today hold a one-day interactive seminar with the theme: 'Impact of Women in Politics' will take place today (Wednesday) at Delight Hotel, Ilawe road, Ado-Ekiti aimed at educating women on electioneering activities.
Uhuru and Raila came together on Friday in what they said was aimed at uniting the country following a protracted electioneering period highlighted by two elections.
The electioneering of these school districts is unacceptable and a poor example of the civic responsibility, integrity, and honesty that Texas educators should model for our students.
The Commission approved an NPRM, which solicits public comment on proposed changes to its regulations in 11 CFR parts 102 and 104 concerning independent expenditures by candidates and (2) 11 CFR parts 104 and 109 to address reporting of independent expenditures and electioneering communications that relate to presidential primary elections and that are publicly distributed in multiple states but do not refer to any particular states primary election.
SIALKOT -- Electioneering for the annual elections of Sialkot District Bar Association (DBA) is gaining momentum as the polling day on Jan 13 draws near.
According to City Corporation (Election Code of Conduct) Rules 2016, very important persons who are holding the office of profit, including Prime Minister, Speaker, Ministers, Chief Whip, Deputy Speaker, Opposition Leader, Parliament's Deputy Leader, State Minister, Whips, MPs or persons holding equivalent posts can't take part in electioneering.
Summary: Chaurasi (Gujarat) [India], December 02 (ANI): Union Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday launched a scathing attack on the Congress and accused it of engaging in divisive electioneering in Gujarat.
Meanwhile the clock is ticking and the risks are increasing day by day - Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer There have been some wild rumours, I have to say, in the last 24 hours about the cost of the HS2 project, based on, frankly, a finger in the by people who are S not involved - Transport Secretary Chris Grayling It was one of the most dishonest pieces of electioneering I've seen in many, many years.
PESHAWAR -- Advisor to Prime Minister Amir Muqam on Monday said PML-N government under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is practically delivering what was committed with the people during the electioneering.
PNP chief Director General Ricardo Marquez said he is awaiting the findings of the PNP watchdog on the police generals who are accused of electioneering and political partisanship.
POLITICAL parties have a nerve in accusing the government of electioneering and buying votes with the decision to cut military service by 10 months.
Two circuits have previously upheld the electioneering prohibition against legal challenges, but recent jurisprudential shifts expose the tax code provision to challenge under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), which directs courts to apply strict scrutiny to facially neutral laws that substantially burden the free exercise of religion.
Ministers' visits were just electioneering I cannot believe the cynicism displayed by the WG First Minister, Carwyn Jones and AM Lesley Griffiths on their visits to Corwen and Rhyl yesterday.
Cairo: The Arab League chief dismissed Wednesday as electioneering Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's vow to rule out a Palestinian state if reelected, saying there would be global pressure for a peace deal.
Political empowerment expert Dalal Al-Zayed said that extensive meetings held with woman-candidates continue until mid-September, which focus on various aspects of electioneering campaign, including developing an election plan for each candidate in terms of language, content and compliance with laws in order to ensure proper form and compilation.