Presidential elections

Former Leftist Nayib Bukele Wins Outsider Bid for Salvadoran Presidency

Nayib Bukele, the former mayor of San Salvador, won a commanding victory in El Salvador’s presidential election on Sunday. He won more votes than all three of his rivals combined. Bukele ran as an outsider determined to clean up corruption. His sweeping win could spell the end of El Salvador’s entrenched two-party system.

Nayib Bukele: president-elect disrupting Salvadoran politics

Majority of Democrats Consider Israel A Burden On U.S.

TEL AVIV – A majority of Democrats believe Israel is a burden on the United States and has too much influence on American politics, according to a poll released by the Brookings Institution on Friday. Fifty-seven percent of respondents said they believed President-elect

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Former Air Force Commander Tipped to Win Bulgarian Presidency

SOFIA, (Reuters) – Bulgarians vote in a runoff presidential election on Sunday and are expected to choose a Russia-friendly former air force commander – Rumen Radev – possibly paving the way for months of political uncertainty. A newcomer to politics,

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Calls For Settlement Construction As Israeli MKs Congratulate Trump

TEL AVIV – In light of President-elect Donald Trump’s abandonment of the two-state solution, and to “remove the blemish of the previous administration,” a member of Knesset from Israel’s rightwing Jewish Home party is calling for new settlement construction.

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