Liechtenstein votes against authorisation of Covid-related restrictions that were no longer in force anyway.
A president narrowly returned in Angola, a high-profile loss in Alaska and the draft constitution goes down in Chile.
Chile votes on a new constitution, while Colombia sets out a path to drug legalisation.
A shock defeat for an anti-abortion initiative in Kansas gives hope to Democrats facing an otherwise bleak political landscape.
Danish voters approve an end to their exemption from EU defence activities, in a further sign of Europe's commitment to countering Russian aggression.
Elections in Britain overnight will be watched for their broader political implications, especially in Brexit-plagued Northern Ireland.
Your monthly update of electoral news around the world: features Costa Rica, Australia, Spain and Switzerland.
While we're still thinking about an Australian republic, here's a flashback to how the issue looked 22 years ago, in the aftermath of the referendum defeat.
Australia's republican movement makes a bid for relevance with a new "model" for how a republic would work. It has some problems.
A boycott by the pro-independence forces in New Caledonia produces an overwhelming victory for their opponents and a complete failure to advance towards a solution.