Several celebrities and public figures wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin, asking with him to allow treatment for critic Alexei Navalny.
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Journalist Ahmet Altan was released from custody on April 14 after the European Court of Human Rights ruled in his favor (ECtHR).
Patterns in Georgian and Armenian democracy protests are indicators of both countries’ democratic tolerance and liberalization.
Press freedom in Greece under pressure. The state is abusing its authority, creating a sense of “asphyxiation” in public discourse.
Turkey’s ruling party’s recent attempt to circumvent opposition in parliament has put doubt on the country’s democratic path.
The Dutch Electoral Council has brought back electronic voting tools to count votes for the March 2021 parliamentary elections.
After granting asylum to Hong Kong activist and former politician Nathan Law, China has accused the UK of harboring a “terrorist suspect.”
If adopted, recently enacted amendments to law will further undermine freedom of speech and independent journalism in Belarus.
Campaign spending limits in UK elections shows that as the amount of allowed spending rises, so does the cost of campaigns.
Greenland held early parliamentary vote Tuesday with focus on the sparsely inhabited Arctic island’s rare-earth metals deposits.