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Five elections that can be decisive in determining the fate of the world

In 2024, very important elections are going to be held all over the world, among the most important of which we can mention the 2024 American elections. An election whose main competition will probably be between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

US presidential election

The US presidential election is scheduled to be held on November 5. The election that will determine who will be the 60th President of the United States. If Joe Biden can win this election again, it can be said that he will stay in power until he is 86 years old.

According to most people, Joe Biden is too old for another presidency and is not capable of leading the country. Of course, it should be mentioned that Donald Trump is also 77 years old and he is not considered young either.

According to reports, Donald Trump is now the most popular choice among Republicans.

2024 Russian elections

The most powerful person in Russia, Vladimir Putin, has been a leader in Russia for 23 years. In 2020, he changed the country’s constitution, according to which he can remain in power until 2036. Putin now wants to run for another six years as the president of Russia.

India’s 2024 elections

In 2024, more than one billion Indians will go to the polls and determine who will come to power this time. Will Narendra Modi continue as the Prime Minister of India?

According to experts, Modi will most likely win the upcoming elections because he has many supporters who say that Modi has strengthened India’s position in the world.

European Parliament elections

European Parliament elections are scheduled for 2024. It is said that this election will be the first election to be held after Britain leaves the European Union.

This election is considered the largest transnational election in the world and up to 400 million voters in 27 European countries are going to choose their members of parliament.

Mexican presidential election

It seems that we are going to see the first female president in Mexico. The former left-wing mayor of Mexico City, along with a business woman with indigenous roots, are among the main options in this election.

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