Noticias

Ghannouchi : vers une coalition à cinq

24 Feb 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

Le président du Mouvement Ennahdha, Rached Ghannouchi, a indiqué que la coalition gouvernementale va s’élargir et passer de trois à cinq partis après que le mouvement Wafa et le groupe parlementaire Liberté et Dignité aient rejoint la Troïka (Ennahdha, Ettakatol et le Congrès pour la République).
Dans une déclaration à l’Agence TAP, Rached Ghannouchi a précisé que des négociations sont en cours entre les cinq membres de la coalition sur la formation du prochain gouvernement.

Une cadence à accélérer... des manquements à rattraper

24 Feb 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

Entre constituants mettant de l’avant le volume et la qualité de leur exercice au sein de l’Assemblée constituante et observateurs manifestant une certaine réserve par rapport au travail jusque-là accompli par les élus du peuple a oscillé le débat sur l’esquisse du nouveau texte constitutionnel lors du Congrès du dialogue national sur la Constitution tenu, hier, à Tunis.

Manifestation de la jeunesse de l’opposition pour exiger le départ du régime

20 Feb 2013
Mauritania
Fuente: 
C.R.I.DE.M.

Des dizaines de femmes et de jeunes de la coordination l’opposition du mouvement « Michâl » ont organisé, mercredi, un sit-in devant la présidence de la république pour exiger le départ du régime du président Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.

Les manifestants ont également dénoncé « la hausse vertigineuse » des prix des denrées de consommation de base, la « dégradation » des coéditions sécuritaires et « la déliquescence du régime de Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz marquée par le trafic d’influence ».

Berri warns against failure over electoral law

18 Feb 2013
Líbano
Fuente: 
the Daily Star

House Speaker Nabih Berri warned lawmakers Monday against failing to agree on a new electoral law as joint parliamentary committees began their discussions on what voting system to govern the upcoming elections.

The Orthodox Gathering proposal, which the president and Future Movement reiterated their rejection to, was the first item of discussion for lawmakers despite objections by March 14 MPs to do so.

Turkey to present action plan to EU for opening of new chapter

18 Feb 2013
Turquía
Fuente: 
Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey has fulfilled the benchmarks for the opening of an EU membership negotiation chapter that is planned to be opened shortly and will present a draft action plan concerning this chapter to the EU Commission Feb. 19, EU Minister Egemen Bağış has said.

France announced Feb. 12 that it would assist Turkey in opening one of the five chapters once blocked byParis for Ankara’s long-stalled EU membership talks, Chapter 22, “Regional Policy and Coordination of Structural Instruments.”

House blocs hold last-minute meetings ahead of talks on gov’t

18 Feb 2013
Jordania
Fuente: 
The Jordan Times

On the eve of the kick-off of consultations between lawmakers and Royal Court Chief Fayez Tarawneh to designate a prime minister, several House blocs held closed-door meetings to finalise their positions.

Some of these coalitions declared their stands on government formation as the country embarks on the parliamentary government experience as an ultimate goal of political reforms.

Reformists meet with Supreme Leader

18 Feb 2013
Irán
Fuente: 
Radio Zamaneh

Iranian media report that three reformist figures have visited Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader.

The Etemad daily wrote on Monday: “Majid Ansari, a member of the Expediency Council, Abdolvahid Mousavi Lari, who was interior minister in Mohammad Khatami’s reformist government, and Eshagh Jahangiri, who was industry minister in the reformist government, are the three who appear to have gone as reformist representatives” to visit Ayatollah Khamenei.

Demands for federalism still strong in Benghazi despite celebrations

17 Feb 2013
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Thousands of people converged on Freedom Square in downtown Benghazi to celebrate the second anniversary of the start of the uprising in the eastern city. The electric atmosphere of triumphant shouting, horn-honking, singing, music, dancing and fireworks, did not hide the visible disappointment and resentment of some who came to watch but stayed aloof from the crowd.

Sudan arrests prominent Islamic figure at airport upon return from trip abroad

15 Feb 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Youssef al-Koda, who leads the Al-Wasat Islamic party, was arrested at Khartoum airport upon his return from a trip abroad where he officially joined the ranks of the opposition seeking to topple the government led by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir.

he family of al-Koda and opposition sources said that officers belonging to Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) boarded the plane and took him into custody before other passengers could even leave their seats.

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