Bishop Harold Miller of the Church of Ireland advises a boycott of television on Good Friday.
The government of Ireland lifts a 90-year ban on the sale of alcohol on the religious holiday of Good Friday.
The Russian Central Election Commission refuses to register opposition leader Alexei Navalny as a candidate in the presidential election due to a previous embezzlement conviction, which he claims is politicized. Navalny has called for his supporters to boycott the upcoming election in response.
American, British-based telecommunications and television company Liberty Global announces a £3.5bn (US$5.3bn) deal to buy British multinational telecommunications company Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).
Following consultations with fellow academics, Stephen Hawking boycotts the Israeli Presidential Conference Facing Tomorrow 2013 in Jerusalem.
The United States, Canada, and Jordan boycott a meeting of the UN General Assembly organized by a former Serbian foreign minister, Vuk Jeremić.