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Palestinian groups Fatah and Hamas hold talks in Cairo

09 Ene 2013
Palestina
Fuente: 
BBC News

The leaders of the Palestinian groups Fatah and Hamas have held talks in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, to try to heal their rift.

Palestinian Authority and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas met the political chief of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal.

Earlier, both had separately met Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.

The groups have been at odds since Hamas ousted forces loyal to Mr Abbas in the Gaza Strip during clashes in 2007 and set up a rival government.

Syria’s foreign minister calls for ‘unconditional’ dialogue with opposition

09 Ene 2013
Siria
Fuente: 
al- Arabiya

Syrian Foreign Minister Omran al-Zo’bi called for “unconditional” dialogue with the country’s opposition to end the two-year conflict.

Zo’bi urged opposition forces to participate in what he called a “national dialogue,” and said that a specialized committee will start communicating with all political forces and figures to facilitate the inception of a national dialogue.

Bensalah réconduit pour un troisième mandat au Sénat

09 Ene 2013
Argelia
Fuente: 
Tout sur l'Algérie

L’Algérie serait-elle devenue un pays trop important pour laisser les Algériens décider seuls de leur destinée, plus que jamais menacée ? C’est que l’enjeu tétanisant de la présidentielle de 2014, retourne les entrailles au landerneau politique national, au point que sous nos latitudes particulières, c’est le fameux "mouvement" annoncé qui risque d’immobiliser le pays pour très longtemps encore.

Les raisons d’un 'divorce' avec le pouvoir

08 Ene 2013
Mauritania
Fuente: 
C.R.I.DE.M.

L’hôtel El Khater a accueilli durant trois jours (du 2 au 5 janvier) la session ordinaire du Conseil national du parti Hatem qui dure trois jours. A cette occasion, le président du Conseil national de ce parti, Mohamed Abdallahi Ould Cheikh Ahmed, a déclaré que cette session se tient alors que le pays traverse une crise grave et des conditions de vie difficiles ainsi qu’un environnement sécuritaire préoccupant.

Sudan’s Umma party distances itself from new opposition charter

08 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese National Umma Party (NUP) led by former Prime Minister Al-Sadiq al-Mahdi expressed reservations on the "New Dawn" charter signed with other opposition parties and rebel groups over the weekend.

The NUP was one of the signatories to the highly controversial accord which explicitly calls for toppling the regime and sets a vision for a new system that succeeds the government currently dominated by the ruling National Congress Party (NCP).

ElBaradei beefs up Constitution Party leadership

07 Ene 2013
Egipto
Fuente: 
Ahram Online

Constitution Party leader Mohamed ElBaradei on Sunday reshuffled the party's steering committee and made changes to the party's structure in preparation for the upcoming parliamentary election. 

The new steering committee includes former Democratic Front Party deputy leader Ibrahim Nawar; former Free Egyptians Party leader Basel Adel; Ghad Party founder Gamila Ismail; Kefaya founding member George Isaac; prominent legal expert Hossam Eisa; prominent writer Alaa Al-Aswany; New Woman Foundation founding member Hala Shukrallah; and prominent filmmaker Yousry Nassrallah. 

Domestic Syria opposition rejects Assad offer

07 Ene 2013
Siria
Fuente: 
al- Yazeera

Syria's tolerated opposition has rejected an offer to enter into talks with the government of President Bashar al-Assad to find a solution to end the 21-month conflict.

The National Coordination Body for Democratic Change in Syria (NCB) made the announcement on Monday even as Prime Minister Wael al-Halaqi said his cabinet would meet soon to draw up a mechanism for the peace roadmap announced by Assad.

On Sunday, Assad outlined in his first speech in months his vision to end the conflict that the UN says has killed 60,000 people.

Sudanese opposition & rebel groups agree to topple Bashir’s regime

06 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Sudanese opposition forces and rebel groups agreed Saturday on a charter to topple the regime of the National Congress Party (NCP) and to jointly rule the country before to hold democratic elections.

Representatives of the opposition National Consensus Forces (NCF) and the rebel Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF) met during five days in the Ugandan capital Kampala to discuss ways to reunite their efforts to bring down the NCP regime.

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