Mexico gets a quick and decisive result in its presidential election.
It looks like being third time lucky for Mexico's veteran leftist in Sunday's presidential election.
Turkey's autocratic president wins re-election and a legislative majority, but the country remains deeply divided.
Sunday's election in Turkey is probably the last chance to arrest its slide into authoritarianism. Polls suggest it could be very close.
A left-right contest in Colombia puts in question the country's economic future and the continuation of the peace deal with its left-wing rebels.
Spain also has a new prime minister, one who is finally able to enjoy the fruits of the election victory he seemed to have won in 2015.
After a false start, Italy's populists install their man as prime minister, but his prospects look rather uncertain.
The Trumpist right is expected to top the poll in Slovenia, but it looks like being well short of a majority.
A new separatist premier is elected in Catalonia, by the narrowest of margins. He seems unlikely to win any friends in Madrid.
Constitutional shenanigans have led to an unnecessary early election in East Timor, but its democracy seems to be still functioning.