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Citizens for Bahrain’s definitive guide to all 40 constituencies and all 266 candidates:

Capital Governorate

Muharraq Governorate

Northern Governorate

Southern Governorate

Parliamentary elections special – part 10

Section one:  Violent incidents show opposition has no strategy

Section two:  Tribal & family dynamics at play along Bahrain’s west coast

Analysis of 3rd, 6th, 7th & 12th Northern constituencies


Parliamentary elections special – part 9

Section one: Elections Q&A

Section two:  Contest for the loyalist heart of Bahrain

Analysis of 3rd – 7th Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 8

Section one: Predictions for the Bahrain 2014 parliamentary elections

Section two:  Bahrain’s 40 constituencies at a glance

Section three: Battle for Bahrain’s rural southern regions

Analysis of 8th – 10th Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 7

Section one: Do Bahrainis prefer independents or societies?

Section two:  Societies compete against independents for east Muharraq

Analysis of 5th-8th Muharraq constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 6

Section 1: A strong showing for progressive & youth candidates

Section 2: A diverse and tough contest for Isa Town

Analysis of 1st & 2nd Southern constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 5

Section 1: New boundaries in Bahrain’s capital

Section 2: Tough contests to determine the fate of Manama

Analysis of 1st – 6th Capital constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 4

Section one: Sunni societies struggle to form a united front

Section two:  Will independents outperform political societies in Muharraq?

Analysis of 1st – 4th Muharraq constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – part 3

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

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

Analysis of 7th – 10th Capital constituencies

Parliamentary elections special – Part 2

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

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

Analysis of 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Northern constituencies

Parliamentary Elections special – part 1

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

Section two: Societies fight to capture Hamad Town

Analysis of 8th – 11th Northern constituencies

Other Citizens for Bahrain elections coverage

Why we shouldn’t boycott the elections

Run off predicted for majority of seats (GDN)

Parliamentary candidates: Put fighting sectarianism at the top of your agenda

To the opposition: Put national priorities first & return to Parliament

Brian Dooley’s “Seven things to watch for in Bahrain’s elections”

Implications of redrawn constituency borders in Bahrain

Check the statistics – Electoral changes do not disfavor Bahrain’s opposition

Response to Justin Gengler & the opposition: Give election reforms a chance

Al-Wefaq reveals its attitude towards democracy: “Elections are a waste of time”

Bahrain’s National Dialogue: A breakthrough for election reform?

Bahrain 2014 parliamentary elections Q&A (October edition)

Definitive guide to Bahrain’s parliamentary elections (October edition)

Misconceptions about Bahrain – Parliamentary elections

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