Parliamentary elections special – part 3

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Section one: Female candidates contest to strengthen their voice in Parliament

Section two:  Women feature strongly in Bahrain’s biggest contest ever

Click the links for Citizens for Bahrain’s Definitive Elections Guide or the full Q&A

Female candidates contest to strengthen their voice in Parliament

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Parliamentary elections special – Part 2

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Section 1: Militants declare war against Bahrain’s democratic elections

Section 2: Defying the boycott in Bahrain’s northwest constituencies

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Militants declare war against Bahrain’s democratic elections

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Parliamentary Elections special – part 1

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Section one: What are the priority issues being fought over in the elections?

Section two:Societies fight to capture Hamad Town

Click the links for Citizens for Bahrain’s Definitive Elections Guide or the full Q&A

What are the priority issues being highlighted by candidates?

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Bahrain 2014 parliamentary elections Q&A

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On 22 November 2014 Bahrainis will go to the polls to elect parliamentary candidates. Candidate registration ended on 19 October, leaving candidates one month to win over voters and explain what they stand for.

See this link for the Definitive Guide to the 2014 Bahraini Elections

Five reasons why these are the most exciting Bahraini elections ever

1)    There are twice the number of candidates this time round – around 300 candidates competing in 40 districts. In some districts there are between 10 and 15 rivals; making second-round run-offs a certainty. Ten sitting MPs will not be standing for re-election, which leaves the field wide open for new candidates.

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