Israel tiene, por primera vez en la historia, un ministro abiertamente gay dentro de su Gobierno. Amir Ohana tiene 43 años y es un abogado que conoce bien el sistema de justicia, área a la que ha sido asignado en calidad de ministro de Justicia.
El primer ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, había relevado de este puesto a su predecesor, Ayelet Shaked, hace tres días y ha apostado por Ohana, firme defensor del mandatario israelí.
Ohana es partidario de una ley de inmunidad que impediría que Netanyahu fuese imputado
Iran’s president has suggested the Islamic Republic could hold a referendum over the country’s nuclear program amid the unravelling deal with world powers and heightened tensions with the United States, Iranian media reported Sunday.
Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz on Tuesday called for “responsible competition” in regards to presidential elections slated for later this month.
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) is expected to increase efforts for the election campaign after the Ramadan Bayram, also known as Eid al-Fitr, for redo elections slated for June 23 under scope of the party's aim to reach the maximum level of voters before the polls.
Transitional Military Council cancels all agreements with opposition
Khartoum: Sudan's protest movement called Tuesday for fresh rallies and rejected the military rulers' election plan after more than 35 people were killed in what demonstrators called a "bloody massacre" by security forces.
Protest leaders called on their supporters to take part in "total civil disobedience" to topple the ruling military council following the deadly dispersal Monday of a weeks-long sit-in outside the army headquarters in Khartoum.
Le politicien a ajouté qu’il sera le candidat représentant des habitants des régions intérieures oubliées, des quartiers populaires ainsi quedes agriculteurs, soulignant que Youssef Chahed et Nabil Karoui ne ressemblaient pas à cette catégorie sociale.
Kabul (BNA) Before his return to Kabul, the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani visited Masjid Al-Nabavi and prayed for the restoration of peace, security and welfare of the country, a statement said from the Presidential Palace the other day.
The president and his led delegation prayed for the end of war and restoration of peace in the country, with the Imam of Masjid Al-Nabavi offering him a holy Quran as gift there, said the presidential palace in the statement.
It is probably no coincidence that the sudden, violent crackdown on protesters in central Khartoum followed a series of meetings between the leaders of Sudan’s military junta and autocratic Arab regimes that are actively attempting to shape the country’s future.