Upcoming Elections


Presidential elections are scheduled to be held in Togo on 22 February 2020. Constitutional amendments approved in May 2019 changed the electoral system for the presidency to the two-round system, replacing the previous first-past-the-post system. In October 2019 the main opposition party, the National Alliance for Change, confirmed its leader Jean-Pierre Fabre would be its candidate.

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The next Slovak parliamentary election will be held on 29 February 2020. All 150 members of the National Council will be elected and the leader of the resultant government will become the Prime Minister. Direction - Social Democracy has won 2016 election and formed a coalition government with nationalist Slovak National Party, inter-ethnic Most-Híd and centrist Network. Incumbent prime minister Robert Fico remained in office.

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General elections are due to be held in Guyana on 2 March 2020. Early elections were planned after the government of David A. Granger lost a vote of no confidence by a margin of 33–32 on 21 December 2018, the government having held a one-seat majority since the 2015 elections. However, one of its own MPs, Charrandas Persaud of the Alliance for Change (AFC), voted with the opposition. Despite the parliamentary term expiring on 18 September 2019 and protests by the opposition, Granger announced on 25 September that the elections would be held on 2 March 2020.

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Parliamentary elections are due to be held in Serbia on 26 April 2020. In the 2016 parliamentary election, the ruling parties—the SNS-led coalition and the SPS-led coalition—were returned to power, and incumbent Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić was re-elected. However, in the 2017 presidential election, Vučić was elected president, and left the government for his new position. Subsequently Ana Brnabić became Serbia's first female and first openly gay Prime Minister.

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Recent Elections


Incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), who was elected in 2016, was eligible to seek for a second term. With 90% of the votes counted, Tsai Ing-wen was declared the victor, with 7.8 million votes. She is scheduled to be inaugurated on 20 May 2020.

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