Absent Employee and Lazy MP Ali Al-Nuaimi Receives 2000 Votes in Elections
How did Ali Al-Nuaimi win in the first round of elections, noting that he is one of the MPs who were the least present and active in parliament sessions? Al-Nuaimi did not accomplish anything during the past four years that would put him in a good light and did not even announce an electoral program this year.
Al-Wefaq: Bahrain's Sham Elections Failed, Further Repression and Violations Expected in Coming Period
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement in which it said that the "Bahraini regime conducted a sham election process amid political repression and flagrant human rights violations, while violations and harassment are expected to increase in the coming period."
Loyalists who Lost in Elections Feel Humiliated by Regime's Interferences
Pro-regime candidates who recorded losses in the elections expressed disappointment, complaining publicly, one after another, that the authorities had openly directed votes to their rivals against the will of the people, denouncing the government's control over people's votes.
Prof. Bilal Al-Laqees: Bahrainis' Boycott, Opposition Consensus Big Step that Flustered Regime and Its Western Allies
The Lebanese political researcher highlighted that the opposition consensus on boycotting is an important step that not only flusters the regime but also its "Western allies who protect it, and exposes the remaining false claims about support for democracy and the right of peoples to freedom."
Bahraini Judge Responsible for Elections Supervisory Committee Left Out of the Loop
Judge Responsible for the Supervisory Committee for the First constituency in the Capital Governorate played an apparently non-existent role for 12 hours before she was surprised to learn that she was left in the dark.
2022 Elections: Numbers, Facts and Fake Voter Turnout
Despite the government's tricks to increase the turnout percentage in the elections, it was forced to falsify the numbers after being surprised by the extent of Bahrainis' unwillingness to participate.
Percentage of Participation in Sham Elections Didn't exceed 35%: Al-Wefaq Deputy S-G
Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi, deputy Secretary-General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, the largest opposition group, pointed out that the participation rate in the elections did not exceed 35%, despite the official coercion and intimidation to force everyone to participate.
Protests Rejecting Elections Staged across Bahrain
Protests were staged in Bahrain on Friday, on the eve of the sham elections, which are boycotted by the people of Bahrain. The demonstrators demanded that the sham elections be boycotted, seeing that they serve the political trajectory of the ruling class.
Ayatollah Qassim Urges People to Boycott 2022 Elections
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Ahmed Qassim urged the people to boycott the parliamentary and municipal elections, saying in a video speech broadcast by Lualua Channel, that "participation in these elections is approval of perpetuating the awful situation about which everyone is now complaining.
Al-Wefaq Deputy S-G: Scene of Naturalized Voting in Pakistan Frightening, Bahrain Experiences Terrifying Downturn
Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi said that the regime has plunged Bahrain into unfair living conditions that have exhausted the people. There is no way out of them except through a serious political plan, not empty promises decorated by the media.
Participants in Elections Complain about Directing Voters
Even with laws to root out dissent and delete tens of thousands of voters' lists, Bahraini authorities interfere with voters by directing them to vote for specific candidates.
Sheikh Al-Daihi: Bahraini People are Conscious, Will Boycott Elections
Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary-General confirmed that the Bahraini opposition forces, as a whole, abroad, at home and behind bars, announced boycotting the parliamentary elections, because of the dictatorship of the regime and marginalization of the people.
139 Reasons to Boycott Bahrain's Sham Elections: Al-Wefaq
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a booklet containing 139 reasons to boycott the sham parliamentary election held by the regime, amid a suffocating constitutional, political and human rights crisis.
Ali Al-Aswad: Why Have Bahraini Elections Come to This?
Bahrain has experienced years of hardships. The constant battle since the 1971 independence has had three demands agreed upon by the people of the country: obtaining rights, participating in the decision-making process, and achieving justice. It was the indigenous people who exerted efforts to reach these aims.
Sheikh Al-Daihi Announces Al-Wefaq's Complete Boycott of Bahrain's "Farcical Elections" in Event Held in Beirut
Deputy Secretary-General of Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi, announced the Society's full boycott of Bahrain's parliamentary and municipal elections in a speech he delivered on Friday (November 4, 2022) at an event held in Beirut, entitled "Word of the Homeland".
Jaw Prisoners: Participation in Elections is Approval of Political Reality
A statement issued by political prisoners in Bahrain said that participation in the elections represents an approval of the political situation in the country.
Muslim Brotherhood Unwillingly Announces not Running in Parliamentray Elections
The Muslim Brotherhood, represented by Al-Menbar Islamic Society, announced that none of its members has applied to run in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Ayatollah Qassim Calls Everyone who Intend to Participate in Election to "Rule their mind and Conscience, Maybe they Step Back"
Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim described Bahrain's upcoming parliamentary elections as "disastrous for the people," calling on those who intend to participate in the elections to "rule their mind and conscience, and maybe they will step back."
6 Bahraini Opposition Forces to Boycott Elections
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Islamic Action Society, Al-Wafa'a Islamic Party, February 14 Coalition, Bahrain Freedom Movement and Haq Movement for Liberty and Democracy announced boycotting the parliamentary and municipal elections to be held on November 12.
15 Bahraini Figures Issue Statement Calling for Elections Boycott
A group of Bahraini figures have issued a statement calling for the boycott of parliamentary elections scheduled for the 12th of November.