There are presidential and legislative elections in Costa Rica on Sunday. Also recent results from Italy, Barbados and Northern Cyprus.
Italy's presidential election begins today, with no clear front-runner so far. But Germany and the European parliament have both arrived at a consensus.
Voting in Italy's big cities shows the left in a strong position, but keeping the right out of power nationally will still be a big task.
Italy's broad-based government has shifted the balance of power within the country's right, in a way that may have much broader consequences.
Rival sorts of "populists" have lined up to support Mario Draghi's new government in Italy. If he makes a success of it, it could reshape the country's political map.
Mario Draghi agrees to try to form a government in Italy. He is technically well equipped for the job, but the fundamental issue is not a technical one.
Another government crisis in Italy, but the government manages to hang on, this time by staring down a rogue centrist leader.
Italy went to the polls at the weekend for a referendum and a number of regional elections. Results are mixed, but from the government's point of view could have been a lot worse.
Two regional elections in Italy done, with six more to come. The far right is still powerful but not unstoppable.
Italy gets a new government (with its old prime minister), as the centre-left links up with the populists, but Spain seems unable to pull off the same deal.