Ali Al-Aswad: Upcoming Elections: Bahrain's Endless Crisis
What faces the future of the political process in Bahrain resembles the 1970s era, but under the guise of "reform", as there is a lack of implementation of any reform ideas.
HRW on Political Isolation Laws: You Can't Call Bahrain A Democracy
Human Rights Watch said in a report issued on Monday (October 31, 2022) that the Bahraini government uses political isolation laws and a series of other tactics to keep activists and former opposition members away from public posts.
Al-Wefaq Hopes His Holiness the Pope Undertakes Initiative for Serious Dialogue between Regime and People
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society expressed its hope that His Holiness the Pope undertakes a humanitarian initiative and adopts a call for serious dialogue between the regime and the people, noting that the country lacks true tolerance.
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.
Jawad Fairooz: Authorities Seek to Consolidate Fake Democracy Leading to Legitimization of Tyranny
Former Bahraini MP and head of Salam Organization for Democracy and Human Rights, Jawad Fairooz, said in a press statement to Daraj website that "the authorities in Bahrain are systematically seeking to consolidate the fake democracy that leads to the legalization of tyranny and absolute monarchy."
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.
Less Voters + More Candidates= Al Khalifa Democracy
The Bahraini ruling family always reaffirms what it describes as the specificity of the Bahraini experience, ignoring the opposition's calls to implement a program for political reforms that would result in the formation of a government stemming from parliamentary elections.
On Int'l Day of Democracy: Al-Wefaq Says Bahraini Authorities Prevent Tens of Thousands from Participating in Elections
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society said that the Bahraini authorities prevented citizens from political participation, noting that the country returned to the worst political reality since before independence.
Al-Wefaq: Boycotting Coming Elections is National Mission
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement announcing that boycotting the formal coming elections has become a "national mission".