Bahrain Mirror Interviews Al-Wadaei After Toriesí Victory: New Strategy to Influence British Policy Towards Bahrain
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Bahrain Mirror met with Sayed Ahmed Al-Wadaei, Director of Advocacy at the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy (BIRD), and interviewed him about the latest results of the UK election, which the Conservative party won again, and Hammond kept his role as foreign secretary.
Bahrain Mirror Interviews Ali Al-Aswad After the Toriesí Victory: A British Diplomatic Told Me: Donít Expect us to Upset the KSA
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Why did the Bahraini oppositionís influence on the British stance towards the Bahraini issue deteriorate while the regime continues to succeed day after day in pulling the Britons to its side? Ali Al-Aswad, a former MP and representative of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society in the 2010 parliament, can answer this question by giving us a lesson about the major laws that direct world powers in the rich Gulf region such as the interests and conflict over oil and power.
What Does the Victory of Tories Mean to Bahrain? ďBahrain MirrorĒ Interviews 3 Prominent British Political Experts
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Britain, the Bahraini regimeís key ally, will be under the Conservative partyís rule for five more years. The party achieved an unexpected landslide victory in the parliamentary elections that took place in the United Kingdom last Saturday (May 9th 2015).
A Parliamentary Reference: excluding a big bloc of boycotters from the voters list and replacing them with naturalized citizens
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): How will the government increase the participation in the elections scheduled on November 22nd given that it is widely expected to be boycott? How will the government hide the huge increase of the electoral bloc based on random naturalization exercised by the authority during the past four years?
Bahrain Mirror here publishes the letter sent from the Bahraini opposition societies to the King: Conducting elections without a consensus will lead to divisions and subject Bahrain to regional interactions.
Bahrain Mirror (exclusive): Bahrain Mirror has obtained a copy of the letter sent by the Bahraini opposition societies to the King, Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa.