General Election Pakistan
|Philippine Senate Election||
2013 Italian Elections
German General Election 2013
The Pakistan Election Commission has allowed 14 new political parties to contest the next general elections. However, the election commission did not discuss the application filed by former president Pervez Musharraf for registration of his party, the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), a newspaper reported.
|Election to the Senate of the Philippines will be held on Monday, May 13, 2013. This is to elect 12 of the 24 seats in the Senate. Together with those elected in 2010, they will comprise the 16th Congress. The senators elected in 2010 will serve until June 30, 2016, while the senators elected in this election will serve up to June 30, 2019. The elections to the House of Representatives as well as local elections will occur on the same date. The Philippines uses plurality-at-large voting for seats in the Senate: the twelve candidates with the highest amount of votes wins the twelve seats up for election.||
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he would not run in the 2013 Italian elections. Itself better to act as a mentor figure of a group of Italian right. In his statement to the foreign journalists in Rome, the prime minister was 74-year-old was minded to resign from his post.
In surprise move, former German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück said he might seek his opposition Social Democratic Party's nomination to run against conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel in elections in 2013.
Kuwait National Assembly
(Majlis al-Umma) Election 2013
|Iranian Presidential Election, 2013||
Qatari Legislative Election, 2013
|Boston Mayoral Election, 2013|
|In 2006, the National Assembly passed legislation to divide Kuwait to 5 electoral districts only, which was a major issue in the preceding election campaign. The voter now can cast votes for 4 candidates and in each district the highest 10 candidates earn seats. It is hoped that this would make vote buying more difficult and decrease the importance of tribe, family and sect in elections.||The eleventh election of the
President of Iran will be held on June 2013.
|Parliamentary elections will be held in
Qatar for first time in early 2013.
Currently the Consultative Assembly (Majlis as-Shura) has 35 appointed members with only consultative tasks. It is not elected; it is not democratic. However, the 2003 Constitution of Qatar calls for a 45 member elected Legislature, which is to be made up of 30 elected representatives and 15 appointed by the Emir. The actual elections have been postponed three times; most recently in June 2010, when the Emir extended the current unelected Consultative Assembly until 2013.
|The Boston mayoral election of 2013 will occurr
on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
* Thomas Menino, Incumbent mayor of Boston.
* John M. Tobin, Jr., former Boston City Councilor.
Monaco National Council
Iran - City and Village
Los Angeles-2013 mayoral election
Virginia - 2013 gubernatorial election,
|Monaco elects on national level a legislature (parliament). The National Council (Conseil National) has 24 members, elected for a five year term, 16 elected by a list majority system, 8 by a proportional representation. At the last national elections held in February 2008, the incumbent government was reelected, though with a reduced margin of victory; the number of seats won remained the same as in the 2003 election for the two coalitions which won seats.||City and Village Councils (full
title is: Provincial, City, District and Village Councils) are local
councils which are elected by public vote in all cities and villages
throughout Iran. Council members in each city or village are elected by
direct public vote to a 4 year term.
According to article 7 of the Iranian Constitution, these local councils together with the Majlis (Parliament) are "decision-making and administrative organs of the State". The councils are in charge of electing mayors, supervising the activities of municipalities; study of social, cultural, educational, health, economic, and welfare requirements of their constituencies; the planning and coordination of national participation in the implementation of social, economic, constructive , cultural, educational and other welfare affairs.
|The 2013 Los Angeles mayoral election is an
upcoming election scheduled for March 5, 2013. Antonio Villaraigosa, the
current mayor, will be unable to run due to term limits.
Los Angeles holds non-partisan elections. In practice however, most mayoral candidates and city council members are Democrats. The following people have filed with the City Ethics Commission to be eligible to begin fundraising:
* Wendy Greuel, City Controller and former President Pro Tempore of the Los Angeles City Council 2nd District.
* Jan Perry, City Councilwoman 9th District.
* YJ Draiman, Neighborhood Council Board member representing the Los Angeles Northridge East Neighborhood Council District 12.
* Kevin James, Conservative Radio Talk Show Host and Attorney
* First Deputy Mayor Austin Beutner
* Filmmaker Malcolm Mays
* Jose F. Di Raimondo
Several other political and business leaders have hinted at a run for mayor in 2013, though none of them have officially announced their intentions or formed an exploratory committee. They include:
* State Senator Alex Padilla
* County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky
* Developer Rick Caruso
* City Council President Eric Garcetti
* Actor, Comedian and Talk show host George Lopez
|The Virginia gubernatorial election of 2013
will take place on November 5, 2013. The incumbent governor, Republican Bob
McDonnell, will not be eligible to run due to term limits established by the
Virginia Constitution. Virginia is the only state that prohibits its
Governor from immediate successive terms.
Former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe is reportedly interested in running again as the nominee of the Democratic Party.
On the Republican side, state attorney general Ken Cuccinelli is considering running for the Republican nomination.
|Czech Republic||Presidential||February 2013|
|San Marino||Parliamentary||June 2013|
|Qatar||Parliamentary (Tentative)||June 2013|
|Saint Helena||Parliamentary||November 2013|
|Trinidad and Tobago||Presidential||2013|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Parliamentary||2013|
|DR Congo||Subnational - Legislative (Tentative)||2013|
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