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Unofficial list of political changes. Political events are inserted in this list when they affect the political status* of a state.

References are not accurate but will be edited shortly


2000 Edit

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2001 Edit

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2002 Edit

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2003 Edit

Date State and comment
January  22x20pxDjibouti Election held. Djibouti de facto one-party state even though opposition contests but fails to get mandate..[1]
February  22x20pxKyrgyzstan. Revision of constitution slightly restricts presidents powers [2]
March  Template:Country data Republic of CongoRepublic of Congo Peace agreement with rebels. Normalisation [3]
March  22x20pxArmenia Kocharian re-elected president. Election disputed and not considered democratic [4]
March  22x20pxCentral African Republic Coup d'etat. Rebels under Boizé deposes Patasse. Parliament dissolved [5]
March  22x20pxIraq US invasion. Deposition of Hussein regime. US-rule [6]
March  Template:Country data Ivory coastIvory coast Agreement concluded "[6]
March  Template:Country data PalestinePalestine Office of Prime minister established. Yasser Arafat leaves some executive powers to prime minister Mahmoud Abbas [7]
March  22x20pxLiechtenstein King suspends parliament and assumes direct rule [8]
April  22x20pxBurundi Ndayizeye assumes presidency. Continues existing interim government. Questionable change [8]
April  22x20pxCentral African Republic Boize assumes power in military interim government.[9]
April  22x20pxNigeria Election held where presiden Obosanjes allies wins majority. Disputed [9]
April  22x20pxQatar. New constitution establishes a slightly more democratic parliament [9]
May  22x20pxIraq US Envoy Bremer appointed "governor" of Iraq."[10]
August  22x20px[[Rwanda] Kagame wins presidential elections. Likely disputed and not according to democratic standards. Following constitution in june. Note August*[11]
June  22x20pxJordan Parliamentary elections held. Acceptable democratic standards, and parliamentarian government established. Though combined with significant powers of the monarch [12]
June  22x20pxMauritania Unrest in capital quelled by government forces. Election???[13]
June  Template:Country data AcehAceh. Fragile peace ends with fresh hostilities and military rule [14]
June  22x20pxTogo President Eyadema reelected in disputed elections. Change??[15]
July  Template:Country data DR. CongoDR. Congo. Constituent,interim parliament assembles [15]
July  22x20pxKuwait Strengthen democratic status following general election. This despite a setback of liberal candidates to the benefit of more conservative [16]
July  Template:Country data PapuaPapua. State of emergency following violent protests [17]
July  Template:Country data PapuaPapua Normalisation. End of violence [18]
[[|July  Template:Country data Sao Tomé and PrincipeSao Tomé and Principe Coup d'etat. President De Menezes deposed in absentia. By military leaders [19]
[[|July  Template:Country data Sao Tomé and PrincipeSao Tomé and Principe Return of President de Menezes from Nigeria. Military junta steps down and restores power to President. Following amnesty of plotters.[20]
August  22x20pxLiechtenstein Democratic and parliamentarian order restored as parliament is convened.[21]
September  Guinea-Bissau Coup d'etat [22]
September  22x20pxGuinea-Bissau Interim civil government in office awaiting coming elections [23]
September  22x20pxRwanda Kagame elected president [24]
September  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya Ahmad Kadyrov appointed leader of government by Putin. Supreme power vested in government [25]
October  22x20pxLiberia. Charles Taylor resigns Moses Blah assumes interim government [26]
October  22x20pxRwanda Parliamentarian elections give presidential supporters majority. Disputed democratic legality ref>. Reuters. 2000-03-12. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>
October  22x20pxTonga Constitutional changes. King is given strengthen authority ref>. Reuters. 2000-03-16. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>
November  22x20pxSaudi Arabia. Consultative assembly installed as advisory council [27]
November  22x20pxBurundi Peace agreement and interim government FDD and Nkurunziza given seat in government [28]

. Reuters. 2000-02-20. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>

November  22x20pxGeorgia Unrest following demonstrations following elections [29]
[[|November  Template:Country data AjariaAjaria State of emergency following protests in Tblisi, leading to downfall of Shevarnadze. Abazhide assumes dictatorial authorities [30]
[[|November  22x20pxGrenada Parliamentarian elections Democratic.[31]
November  22x20pxSaudi Arabia . Consultative assembly(Majlis) is granted with stronger powers, such as proposing legislation.[32]
December  Afghanistan Hamid Karzai president. Strong powers in constitution [33]
December  22x20pxGeorgia Shevarnadze resigns, interim government takes over [34]
December  22x20pxRussia. Parliamentarian elections. Significantly increased domination of president party [35]
2003  Template:Country data Somaliland[Somaliland]]. Dahir Kahin elected and installed official president [36]
2003  22x20pxMayotte. Slightly strengthen autonomy with establishment of local government responsible to assembly [37]
2003  Template:Country data DarfurDarfur State of emergency and ineffective governance as civil war breaks out [38]


2004 Edit

January  22x20pxGeorgia Saakashvili installed as president. [39]
February  22x20pxHaiti. coup d'etat. Aristide deposed [40]
February  22x20pxHaiti Interim government established [41]
April  22x20pxAlgeria Bouteflika re-elected president in a massive victory in slightly disputed elections [42]
April  22x20pxGuinea-Bissau Presidential and parliamentarian elections held [43]
April  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya Interim rule following assasination of president Akhmad Kadyrov [6]
April  Template:Country data AjariaAjaria Abazhidze starts presidential rule by decree. Institutionalised dictatorship."[6]
April  Template:Country data AjariaAjaria Abazhidze resigns following massive protests. Interim government in force.[44]
April  Template:Country data AcehAceh Continued state of emergency, however reformed from military to civil administration.[8]
April  22x20pxGuernsey Office of Chief minister established, parliamentary responsible to local assembly.[8]
April  Template:Country data AjariaAjaria. Democratic elections held followed by installation of new government..[9]
May  22x20pxIran Conservative control over parliament following election. Disputed conduction [9]
May  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya. Alakhunov installed president of Chechnya. Significant political centralisation to president. Lack of democratic standards [9]
June  22x20pxIraq Government handed over to Iraqi interim rule ref>
June  22x20px[[Comoros] First elections and convening of parliament under new government form. New goveernment appointed by president Assoumani [45]
June  22x20pxKenya Draft constitution presented. Presidential powers limited [46]
June  22x20pxMalawi Elections held. Not fully compatible with democratic standards [47]
July  22x20pxSerbia. President installed following succsful presidential elections [48]
August  22x20pxSomalia Political institutions convenes in Kenya preparing for establishment in Somalia [15]
September  22x20pxBrunei. Parliament assembles after 20 years [15]
October  22x20pxBelarus De facto "one-party" rule following parliamentarian election leaving no opposition in house [49]
October  22x20pxKazakhstan. Elections held given president majority of seats in house and stronger control [50]
November  22x20pxUkraine Unrest following misconducted presidential elections. Mass demonstrations [51]
[[|December  22x20pxUkraine Kuchma accepts defeat and calls new election. Interim rule [52]
[[|December  22x20pxUzbekistan Parliamentarian elections held, supporters of president Karimov strongly dominating and leaves opposition marginalised in a de facto one party state. [53]


2005 Edit

January  22x20pxUkraine Viktor Yuchenko installed as democratic president of Ukraine [54]
January  22x20pxIraq. Elections to constituent assembly. [55]
January  Template:Country data Southern SudanSouthern Sudan Peace agreement concluded with central government. Coalition agreement and provisional government for Southern Sudan established [56]
January  22x20pxAbkhazia Resignation of president Ardzinba. Bagapsh elected and installed president in improved elections. Still one-party parliament [57]
February  22x20pxSomalia Political institutions begins to take place inside Somalia [58]
February  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal King assumes direct rule. Emergency powers [6]
April  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal Emergency rule lifted. Full royal powers remains "[6]
February  Template:Country data AcehAceh Interim status following implementation of peace agreement [59]
March  22x20pxBhutan Interim constitution paving way for parliamentary democracy [8]
February  Template:Country data Iraqi KurdistanIraqi Kurdistan Uncertain change! Installation of office of prime minister, establishing Semi-Presidential system [8]
February  Template:Country data Nagorno-KarabakhNagorno-Karabakh. Generally free elections held. Ghukaysan continues as president.[9]
March  22x20pxKyrgyzstan Unrest following elections:Mass demonstrations [9]
March  22x20pxKyrgyzstan. President Akayev resigns, interim government [9]
April  22x20pxTogo Gnassingbe elected president following disputed elections."[60]
May  22x20px[[Central African Republic] Boize elected and installed as president [61]
May  22x20pxEthiopia Parliamentarian elections held. Disputed and not considered democratic. Considered a setback. Popular protests follows [62]
June  22x20pxTogo Gnassingbe agrees to coalition with opposition. Kodjo becomes pm [63]
August  22x20pxKyrgyzstan. Normalisation following meeting of parliament and election of Bakiyev [64]
June  Template:Country data Kabardino-BalkariaKabardino-Balkaria New president installed following new order by appointment of russian president Putin and subsequent approval of parliament [15]
July  22x20pxSudan. Southern rebels included in government following peace agreement [15]
August  22x20pxBurundi Nkurunziza installed as president after elected by parliament. Party FDD [65]
August  22x20pxGuinea-Bissau. Bernardo Vieira installed as president [66]
August  22x20pxIran Conservative Ahmadineyad wins election against reformist Rafsanjani [67]
[[|August  22x20pxMauritania Coup d'etat. Authoritarian President Maaouya Ould Sid’ Ahmed Taya deposed in absentia. Military junta established, promising introduction of democracy within two years ref>. Reuters. 2000-02-23. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>
[[|October  22x20pxEthiopiaia By election to fill seats and etablish the election result [68]
November  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya Disputed legislative elections held, failing rto meet democratic standards. However probably reduces powers of president [69]
December  Afghanistan Loya Jirga assembles [70]
December  22x20pxEgypt Elections held, under sligthly reformed and opened manner [71]
December  22x20pxJersey Office of Chief minister established, parliamentary responsible to local parliament.[72]
December  Template:Country data TransniestrTransniestr Parliamentarian elections held where opposition gains majority. Significantly reduces president Smirnovs authoritarian rule [73]
December  22x20pxIraq. Parliamentarian elections. [74]
December  22x20pxVenezuela Parliamentarian elections. Opposition boycott leaving house with full support of president Chavez [75]
2005  Template:Country data Ivory coastIvory coast Office of prime minister established [76]
2005  Template:Country data PapuaPapua. Governor made a directly elected office in Papua, thereby establishing a presidential form of governance.[77]


2006 Edit

January  22x20pxLiberia Presidential elections. Ellen Johnson Shirleaf installed as official president..[78]
February  22x20pxHaiti. Democratic elections held Interim government of Preval in power [79]
February  22x20pxUganda Elections held. Rigged and unsatisfactory but with increased oppositional activity. Parties in parliament [80]
February  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya Power balance shifted in Chechnya as Ramzan Kadyrov becomes prime minister and dominant political force [81]
February  22x20pxCambodia Pardonn of opposition leader Sam Rainsy. Uncertain change, but Cambodia will be considered Uni-Authoritarian. [82]
February  22x20pxSomalia Interim parliament meets in Baidoa Somalia [6]
February  22x20pxPhilippines Emergency rule imposed "[6]
March  Template:Country data PalestinePalestine Restricted presidential powers following parliamentarian elections with a Hamas victory [83]
March  22x20pxIsrael Conventional parliamentarian and representativian elections replaces the system of "directly" appointed prime minister [8]
March  22x20pxPhilippines Emergency rule lifted [8]
April  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal. Interim rule following king Gyanendra accepts popular demands.[9]
April  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal King reinstates parliament and parliamentarian government appointed [9]
April  22x20pxVietnam. Congress of Vietnamese communist Party held. Some change in leadership, possible power-shift from Politbureau to assembly. Decision to tackle corruption [9]
May  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal Parliament strongly limits monarchs power."[84]
May  22x20px[[Thailand] Opposition boycott of parliamentarian election gives house full of Shinawatra supporters. Declared invalid. Interim rule [85]
May  22x20pxIraq Al-Malaki accepted as prime minister following stalemate and failed negotiations. Parliamentarian rule [86]
May  22x20pxNigeria Obosanjes proposal for a new term rejected. Marking a possible power-shift to parliament [87]
May  22x20pxKuwait. Emir dissolves parliament following failed election law [88]
May  22x20pxNorthern Ireland Parliament(Stormont) convenes for the first time since 2002[15]
May  22x20pxTimur Leste. Emergency rule imposed [15]
May  22x20pxUkraine Presidential powers restricted [89]
June  Template:Country data Republi of ChinaTaiwan. Presidential powers restricted [90]
June  22x20pxEast Timor Emergency rule lifted [91]
[[|June  Template:Country data AcehAceh Aceh parliament is given strengthen political authority, by legislation passed by Indonesian parliament.[92]
[[|June  22x20pxSomalia Heavy fighting makes political rule impossible [93]
June  22x20pxSomalia Islamists take control of Mogadishu and major parts of Somalia.[94]
June  Haiti Normalisation. Democratic government installed [95]
June  22x20pxSomalia Interim government formed by islamists. Islamist assembly governs [96]
June  22x20pxKuwait Parliamentarian elections [97]
June  22x20pxMauritania Referendum on democratic constitution [98]
June  Template:Country data CataloniaCatalonia. Catalan autonomy strenghthened in agreement. Self control in more political areas. Uncertain change of status.. [99]
July  22x20pxKuwait Normalisation. Government re-installed ref>. Reuters. 2000-03-12. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>
July  Template:Country data D.R CongoDR. Congo Democratic elections held to both parliament and president.[100]
August  22x20pxCuba. Fidel Castro announces time out. Interim government [101]
September  22x20pxThailand Coup d'etat. Military overthrows Thaksin Shinawatra government [102]

. Reuters. 2000-02-20. http://www.terrorisminfo.mipt.org/incidentcalendar.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-12. </ref>

September  22x20pxYemen Elections held. Generally seen as democratic albeit strong domination of president Salah allies [103]
[[|September  22x20pxSomalia PEACE TALKS BETWEEN INTERIM GOVERNMENT AND ISLAMISTS BEGINS IN Khartoum [104]
[[|October  22x20pxThailand Military government installed.[105]
October  22x20pxBangladesh . President Ahmad heads interim government pending elections. Following Zias resignation.[106]
October  Zambia Mwanawesi wins presidential elections. Generally democratic [107]
November  22x20pxBahrain Parliamentarian elections held [108]
November  22x20pxKyrgyzstan. Presidential powers restricted [109]
November  22x20px[South Ossetia]]. Eduard Kokotyi elected and installed president in very much disputed elections. Uncertainity of future existence of south ossetian parliament [110]
November  Template:Country data DR.CongoDR.Congo. Presidential elections held. Democratic [111]
December  Template:Country data DR.CongoDR.Congo Joseph Kabila installed as democratic president [112]
December  22x20pxUnited Arab Emirates Parliamentarian elections held for the first time. Strongly undemocratic due to electoral procedure [113]
December  22x20pxMauritania. Democratic parliamentarian elections [114]
December  22x20pxBahrain Parliamentarian government appointed.[115]
December  22x20pxMadagascar Presidential elections. Not fully democratic, slightly marred.[116]
December  Fiji Coup d'etat.[117]
December  22x20pxTurkmenistan Death of Niyazov. Interim government [118]
December  22x20pxSomalia. Islamists driven from Mogadishu and domination by forces loyal to interim government [119]
December  22x20px[Kyrgyzstan]] Fresh elections called. Some presidential powers returned following revision of constitution. Government resignation [120]
December  22x20pxTurkmenistan., Presidential elections and interim president appointed [121]
December  22x20px[[Somalia Interim government takes place in Somalia [122]
December  Template:Country data AcehAceh First local elections held, starting a normalisation under peace and autonomus government.[123]
December  22x20pxHong Kong. Election and convening of new and stronger parliament.[124]
December  Template:Country data TransniestrTransniestr Presidential election held. Igor Smirnov takes massive win of 82%. Likely disputed even though Smirnov represents a minority in assemblty.[125]

2007 Edit

January  22x20pxFiji Josefa Ilolio restored as President of Fiji, thereby parttial "normalisation" and ending of initial military phase Other institutions not restored, except premiership which is made military controlled. Thus making Fiji very much Absolutist in government..[126]
January  22x20pxSomalia Emergency rule following heavy battles with islamist rebels. [127]
January  22x20pxBangladesh Emergency rule imposed following failure to conduct elections. Military controlled government installed. [128]
January  File:Flag of Nepal.svgNepal Interim constitution. Maoist enters parliament [129]
January  22x20pxVenezuela Hugo Chavez given right to rule by decree for 18 months [130]
January  22x20pxKyrgyzstan New government installed. President re-given mainly executive powers [6]
January  22x20pxThailand Martial law lifted in most part of Thailand "[6]
February  22x20pxTurkmenistan Berdymuhammedov takes office as official president [131]
January  Template:Country data St BarthelemySt. Barthelemy Slightly increased self-rule established, however much limited [8]
January  22x20pxSaint Martin. Strengthen autonomy for Saint Martin. Probably but not certain, in higher degree than St Barthelemy [8]
January  Template:Country data AcehAceh. Election and installation of first directly elected governor, a former GAM rebel.[9]
January  Template:Country data ChechnyaChechnya Election and installation of Ramzhan Kadyrov as president following disputed elections. Strong presidential rule [9]
January  22x20pxAbkhazia Parliamentarian elections held. Disputed but slightly impropved democratic standards.[9]
February  22x20pxGuinea Emergency rule imposed."[132]
February  22x20px[[Guinea] Emergency rule lifted [133]
March  22x20pxMauritania President and government installed. Democratic rule. [134]
February  Template:Country data Ivory coastIvory coast Interim following agreement between government and north rebels [135]
April  22x20pxMauritania. Government formed [136]
  Template:Country data DarfurDarfur Provisional authority for Darfur established in Khartoum. Representatives from provinces of Darfur, and different groups. Ineffective government and much lack of actual control.[15]
April  22x20pxRomania President suspended by parliament.[15]
April  22x20pxMali Presidential elections. Touré re-elected [137]
April  22x20pxNorthern Ireland. Autonomy fully restored following succesful agreement between DUP and Sinn Fein. Fresh parliamentary election held and government installed [138]
May  22x20pxArmenia Elections held considered democratic. Democratic breakthrough "[139]
[[|May  22x20pxRomania President re-installed following referendum [140]
[[|May  22x20px[Algeria Parliamentarian elections. Considered a democratic backlash with increased government control of conduct [141]
May  22x20pxBurkina Faso Elections held. Strengthen government majority. Generally democratic but may perhaps be questioned ?.[142]
June  Palestine Emergency rule following Hamas taking of Gaza [143]
June  22x20pxKazakhstan Constitutional changes restricts presidents powers [144]
June  22x20pxComoros State of emergency as Mohamed Bacar refuses to resign [145]
July  22x20pxMali Parliamentarian elections..[146]
July  22x20pxSaint Martin. Local parliamentarian government established in Saint Martin. Protocol of new status in force. [147]
July  Template:Country data ButanBhutan Interim rule:Assembly dissolved pending 2008 elections.[148]
August  22x20pxKazakhstan Parliamentarian elections giving all seats to president candidates. Still cosidered a minor improvement by observers Uncertain change.[149]
August  22x20pxMali. Parliamentarian elections. Democratic rule established [150]
September  22x20pxFiji Emergency rule imposed [151]

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September  22x20pxZimbabwe Government-opposition agreement on electoral procedures. Doubtful validity of change [152]
[[|October  22x20pxFiji Emergency rule suspended [153]
[[|October  22x20pxSomalia Emergency rule suspended: Parliament assembles.[154]
October  22x20pxTogo . Democracy established following generally free parliamentarian elections.[155]
October  Sudan Southern representants withdraws from interim government [156]
October  22x20pxKyrgyzstan Referendum held [157]
November  22x20pxPakistan. Emergency rule imposed. [158]
November  22x20px[Georgia]]. Emergency rule imposed [159]
November  22x20pxSudan. Government agreement re-established between government and SOUTHERN REPRESENTATIVES [160]
November  22x20pxGeorgia Emergency rule suspended [161]
November  22x20pxLebanon President leaves office with no successor chosen [162]
November  22x20pxEcuador. Nat Assembly dissolved, replaced with constituent assembly supporting president [163]
December  22x20pxSwitzerland Government formation changed following SVP witdrawal of government. Likely return to constitutional agreement during 2008.[164]
December  22x20pxBelgium Failure to form government leads to appointment of provisional government.[165]
Decembr  Kyrgyzstan Parliamentarian elections. Highly disputed and critisised. President domination of house.[166]
December  22x20pxPakistan Emergencty rule suspended [167]
December  22x20pxThailand. Interim rule following the holding of parliamentarian elections. [168]
December  22x20px[Kenya]] Disputed presidential elections re-elects president Kibaki. Oppositional control of legislature [169]

2008 Edit

January  22x20pxThailand Democratic parliamentarian government installed following elections.[170]
February  22x20pxChad Emergency rule imposed. [171]
February  22x20pxPakistan Democratic parliamentarian elections held, forthcoming government formation. [172]
February  22x20pxCuba Raul Castro installed official president. Likely power decentralisation.[173]
February  22x20pxKosovo Independence proclaimed. No actual change, parliamentarian system still in force [174]
March  22x20pxRussia Medvedev elected president, Putin assumes premiership [6]
February  22x20pxKenya Interim government following agreement "[6]
March  22x20pxKenya Coalition formed by Kibaki and Odinga, under Semi-Presidential form. [175]
March  22x20pxArmenia Emergency rule following massive protests in opposition to election result [8]
March  22x20pxBelgium. Normalisation following installation of new government [8]
March  22x20pxMalaysia Election a setback to government. Indicates election freely conducted. Democratic breakthrough..[9]
March  22x20pxChad Emergency rule lifted . ref name="Reuters2000-01-27"/>
March  22x20pxArmenia Emergency rule lifted.[9]
April  22x20pxBhutan Democratic government installed."[176]
April  22x20px[[Kenya] Installation of coalition government [177]
April  22x20pxZimbabwe. Interim government following agreement [178]
February  Template:Country data Timur LesteTimur Leste Emergency rule following rebel attack and assasination attempt on president and PM [179]
April  Template:Country data Timur LesteTimur Leste. Emergency rule lifted [180]
  22x20pxKenya Interim status following election and win by opposition in parliament. Interim defines changed balance of power, violations by government obvious during electoral campaign.[15]
March  22x20pxPakistan Democratic parliamentarian government installed .[15]
May  22x20pxRussia Installation of Medvedev as president and Putin in office as PM. Possible/likely shift of authority to cabinet. [181]
May  22x20pxLebanon. Heavy fightings between government and Hezbollah. Some military takeover by latter..[182]
May  22x20pxLebanon End of hostilities following agreement between government and hizbollah "[183]
[[|May  22x20pxGeorgia Slightly disputed elections held. Democratic credibility of Georgia questioned [184]
[[|May  22x20px[Lebanon] Full normalisation after succesful election and installation of Michel Suleimann as president.[185]
May  22x20pxEquatorial Guinea Nguema rule turned even more authoritarian as ruling party takes all seats in parliament following election, thereby making opposition institutionally eliminated.[186]
May  Nepal Republic established after abolishing monarchy. Interim rule awaiting electon and installation of president [187]
June  22x20pxMacedonia Very questionable and unfortunate change. Parliamentarian elections held, classified by observers as not fully satisfactory. However the political violations are unclear and doubtful, violence played a significant.[188]
June  22x20pxZimbabwe. Re-election and installation of Mugabe following illegitimate elections where opposition candidate Tsvangirai withdrew. Initially full power in Mugabe as sole institution, pending inauguration of MDC controlled parliament"[189]
July  File:Flag of Nepal.svg[Nepal]. Succesful presidential elections. Yadav elected president. Full implementation of parliamentarian status when government is formed and installed.[190]
July  22x20pxTonga. Monarch transfers chief executive powers to cabinet. George Topou V assumes throne. Uncertainity of parliamentarian form?[191]
July  22x20pxVenezuela Expiration of 18 months extraordinary rule of Hugo Chavez. No news or intelligence confirming, only relating to January 2007 deal.[192]
August  22x20pxMauritania Coup d'etat. President Abdellahni captured and deposed by military junta, lead of former leadership of army. Military council claims leadership [193]
August  22x20pxGeorgia Uncertain change! State of Emergency declared by parliament due to severe security situation. With political institutions still functioning, change of status is unclear.[194]
August  22x20pxSouth Ossetia Russian troops gain control of South Ossetia [195]

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August  22x20pxAbkhazia Russian troops gain control of Abkhazia [196]
[[|August  22x20pxPakistan Resignation of president Musharraf. Mian Soomro appointed acting(provisional) president. Strengthen parliamentarian control [197]
[[|August  22x20px[Georgia] Uncertain change.Normalisation and return to constitutional political situation under president Saakasvili..[198]
August  22x20pxSouth Ossetia . Mrtial law declared by president Kokotiy. Government dismissed.[199]
August  Zimbabwe Convening of zimbabwean parliament with MDC majority and chairman. Uncertain classification on how to coincide with ZANU-PF President Mugabe [200]
August  22x20pxSouth Ossetia Independence recognised by Russia, unlikely respons from international community. De Facto independence clear since recognised by Russia as a supreme power of territory. [201]
August  22x20pxAbkhazia. Independence recognised by Russia, unlikely respons from international community. De Facto independence clear since recognised by Russia as a supreme power of territory. [202]
August  22x20px[Maldives]] Revision of constitution opening up for contested and multiparty elections. Fully implemented following elections in ctober, unless change of leadership.[203]
September  22x20pxAngola. Parliamentarian elections held, first since 1992. Restores parliament as legitimate institution. Electins slightly disputed but generally considered democratic [204]
September  22x20pxPakistan Asif Ali Zardari of PPP elected president by parliament. Presidential authority to be authorised according to 1997 constitutional amendment [205]
September  22x20pxAngola Governing MPLA dominant in elections. Reported 81% raises doubt of full democratic legitimacy. Without systematic fraud the outcome of elections may be considered as sligthly disputed. *Will take effect as parliament convenes after elections*[206]
September  22x20pxZimbabwe. Coalition government of MDC and ZANU-PF agreed and formed. Mugabe president, Tsvangirai PM. ruling over coalition government [207]
September  22x20pxSouth Africa Resignation of President Mbeki following vote of Non-confidence by ANC. Kgalema Mothlanthe succeeds as provisional president awaiting coming elections [208]
September  22x20pxMauritania Army coup leaders appoints civilian cabinet to rule Mauritania awaitin elections. Laghdaf made prime minister.g new. [209]
October  Maldives Long time serving president Gayoom accepts defeat in second-round presidential election. Democratic breakthrough of Maldives as Mohammed Nasheed wins office.[210]
December  22x20pxThailand Court ruling defeats government.Wongsawat forced to resign over fraud charges.. [211]
December  22x20pxThailand. Vejjajiva elected and installed prime minister by parliament. [212]
December  22x20px[Canada]] Harper government suspends parliament to obstruct vote of non-confidence. Uncertain classification.[213]
December  22x20pxTurkmenistan. Elections to parliament held. First conducted with parties allowed besides TDP(Turkmen Democratic Party). Outcome uncertain, [214]
December  22x20pxBangladesh Martial law lifted by military backed government as election campaign starts. [215]
December  22x20pxGuinea Military coup and takeover following death of president Lansana Conté [216]
December  22x20pxGuinea. Kabine Komara installed as head of government by military junta [217]
October  22x20pxZimbabwe Breakdown of coalition talks/agreement between MDC and ZANU-PF. Mugabe in control of supreme executive power.[218]




2009 Edit

January  Template:Country data GazaGazaEmergency situation and grave hostilities following conflict between Hamas regime and Israel. Uncertain classification, but likely state of emergency and lack of effective politial activity..[219]
January  22x20pxBangladeshCivilian and “democratic” government elected and installed. Headed by Sheikh Hasina and Awami League. Following massive election success.[220]
January  22x20pxFalkland IslandsNew constitution for Falkland Islands in force. Transferring authorities from governor to executive council, thereby "strengthening democracy"[221]
January  Template:Country data GazaGazaNormalisation” as ceasefire comes in force. Withdrawal of israeli forces..[222]
February  22x20pxZimbabweCoalition agreement between MDC and ZANU-PF re-concluded. Unity government expected take office on February 11. Confirmed as Tsvangirai is sworn in. See below.[223]
February  22x20pxSomaliaTransitional Parliament expanded to include islamist opposition. Sharif Ahmed elected and installed President, preparing forming of unity government. This will consolidate a interim status. Even though parliamentarian in practise, Somalia will not be considered as such.[6]
March  22x20pxGuinea-BissauPresident Vieira killed in military revolt. Successive administration uncertain at this point, rebels or government in control."[6]
March  22x20pxGuinea-Bissau. President of National Assembly,Raismunda Pereira, takes according to constitution over as provisional president of Guinea-Bissau. Fresh elections in 60 days to presidency is called.[224]
March  22x20pxMadagascarDramatic revolt by opposition and army forces president Ravalomanana to resign. Opposition leader Rajoelina takes over in provisional government. Unclear whether this should be seen as a coup or transition to provisional government. Likely Interim stattu. [8]
April  22x20pxAlgeriaPresidential elections in Algeria heavily dominated by incumbent President Bouteflika. Opposition further marginalised, making a transition of status in Algeria from limited democracy to Semi-Authoritarian.[8]
April  22x20pxFijiPresident Ilola restores military government following rejecting a verdict from Supreme court, declaring military regime unlawful. Fiji is by this in a form of martial law as government declares themselves above law..[9]
May  22x20pxSouth AfricaNormalisation as Jacob Zuma is elected and installed official President, replacing provisional administration of Mothlanthe. ref name="Reuters2000-01-27"/>
May  22x20pxEcuadorNormalisation as National Assembly is restored following General election. Replacing constituent assembly. Significant presidential powers remained following constitutional changesref name="Reuters2000-01-27"/>
May  22x20pxNigerPresident Tandja dissolves parliament following court refusal to stand for new term or try constitutional change in referendum. Due to this the President has assumed strengthen/extraordinary powers, however with some democratic legitimacy."[225]
June  22x20px[[South Ossetia] Election held to assembly in South Ossetia. As this convenes there will become a partial decentralisation from a status previously with much limited parliamentary control of the executive.[226]
June  22x20pxMaldivesParliamentarian elections concludes The Maldives transition to a genuine democracy. By this both executive and legislature is elected according to democratic standards.[227]
June  22x20pxGreenlandIncreased Home Rule making Greenland a de facto independent state takes effect on June 21. A newly elected government is to implement the outcome of the referendum late 2008, mandating Greenland with nearly full sovereignity on internal affairs. Foreign a.[228]
June  22x20pxGabonDeath of President and dictator Omar Bongo. Provisional government led by Guy Nzouba-Ndama takes office.[229]
June  22x20pxSomaliaState of emergency declared by Somali president due to increasing fightings with rebel militia. De Facto Martial law and ineffective governance.[15]
June  22x20pxNigerPresident Mammadou Tandja assumes extraordinary and emergency powers as he once more is refused to stand for new term. Virtual absolute power as parliament is dissolved, pending new elections.[15]
June  22x20pxHondurasCoup d’etat. President Manuel Zelaya is deposed by army and supreme court. Following attempt to seek second term in office, and holding of referendum..[230]
June  22x20pxHondurasIn constitutional order.The President of congress, Roberto Micheletti assumes office as provisional president of Honduras. Greeted by congress and promises planned presidential elections to be held as planned..[231]
July  22x20pxMauritaniaMilitary leader Abdelaziz wins presidential election, paving the way for restored democratic order. Election criticised by opposition as illegitimate, but lacks evidence of fraud. Interim status in force until installation of President. Previous status un."[232]
[[|August  22x20pxMauritaniaMohammed Ould Abdelaziz installed as president. Normalisation of democratic system in Mauritania, though disputed by opposition election is considered as generally free and democratic..[233]
[[|August  22x20px[Guinea-Bissau] Normalisation. Malam Bacai Sanha installed as democratic president of Guinea-Bissau following elections.[234]
August  22x20pxMadagascar Agreement concluded between Rajoelina and former president Ravalomananina on forming a provisional unity government.[235]
August  Turks and Caicos islandsSelf government suspended due to corruption scandal. Governor assumes direct rule.[236]
August  22x20pxGabonPresidential election held, interim status.[237]
September  22x20pxCanada Parliament convened, thereby guaranteeing normalisation. Most likely assembled during spring session aswell."[238]
September  22x20px[Gabon]Ali Ben Bongo, son of late Omar Bongo is declared winner of the presidential elections with a support of nearly 42%. Since the election is conducted from a simple majority form, a run off election betweeen top candidates will not take place. Ali Ben Bongo.[239]
September  22x20pxAfghanistan Possible changed status from democracy to restricted democracy, as presidential elections held were criticised and not considered and slighrtly disputed. Still a democratic order is likely to be functioning.[240]
September  22x20pxGuineaParliamentary elections planned for early october postponed, due to severe internal hostilities. Planned for march 2010. Status of Guinea may still be changed to martial law/state of emergency. .[241]
November  22x20pxNiger Parliamentary elections held, boycotted by opposition and strongly dominating of Tandja-allies. This consolidates a de facto dictatorship in Niger.[242]
November  22x20pxAfghanistan Hamid Karzai reinstalled as president for a second term, after withdrawal of candidacy by opponent Abdullah Abdullah. Invited to form unity government. After all Afghanistan forms a democratic foundation but with slightly disputed electoral back.[243]
November  22x20pxHondurasNormalisation. Porfirio Lobo elected president of Honduras, replacing provisional government of Micheletti. Interim government awaiting installation of Lobo .[244]
December  22x20pxMadagascar Consensus prime minister is dismissed by president Rajoelina, replaced by on choice. Thereby ending provisional malagasy government and cooperation with opposition..[245]


2010 Edit

January  22x20pxHonduras Porfirio Lobos takes office as president, thereby fully concludes a political normalisation in Honduras[246]
January  22x20pxHaitiHaiti in a state of emergency and strongly ineffective governance following devastating earthquake.[247]

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