The post-mortems on last night’s midterm elections continue in profusion. Some analysts believe that the results will mark a significant shift in Congressional legislative policy, but most major media writers seem to agree that the Republicans — riven by their own factional divisions, and facing a Democrat-controlled Senate — will have to seek compromise and act in a bipartisan spirit.
In other news, the Iranian government has evidently changed its mind about carrying out the death sentence on the “adulteress” Sakineh Ashtiani, and did not execute her today. Yesterday the mullahs had announced that she would die by hanging on November 3.
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