Efforts to forge an agreement on a new Cabinet appeared to be stalled Thursday as political rhetoric ramped up ahead of next week’s parliamentary sessions, the first since MPs extended their mandate and postponed elections. There has been no progress in attempts to form a new Cabinet, political sources said following a meeting between Prime Minister-designate Tammam Salam andCaretaker Social Affairs Minister Wael Abu Faour, a representative of Druze leader Walid Jumblatt.
Le Mouvement 25 février a qualifié les prochaines législatives et municipales en Mauritanie de "mascarade électorale à laquelle aucune force politique ne doit participer".
" Participer à ces élections, c’est contribuer à l’enracinement du régime militaire, unilatéral et corrompu. C’est aussi entraver la dynamique du changement tant réclamé par le peuple mauritanien", selon le Mouvement qui a annoncé une campagne de sensibilisation de l’opinion publique sur la nécessité de boycotter ces élections.
The speech President Mohamed Mursi gave on Wednesday only makes the National Salvation Front more adamant on calling for early presidential elections to achieve the revolution's goals.
In a statement it made today, the front expressed its confidence that millions of Egyptians will peacefully demonstrate on June 30 to assert their will and rectify the revolution's course.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The session of the Upper House Chaired by Fazel Hadi Muslimyar, the Senators approved the amendments to the law on elections up to the article 19.
Based on information of the press office of Upper House, the law has been prepared on the basis of provision of Constitution for conducting presidential elections, parliamentary elections, provincial council’s elections, district council elections, and municipality’s elections.
The impeachment motion against the President of the Republic was considered inadmissible during the plenary session of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) held, on Wednesday, devoted to the examination of the conditions of admissibility of the motion.
Following the withdrawal of some elected NCA members of their signatures, a day before the holding of the plenary session, 99 NCA members out of 113 judged inadmissible the motion, against 9 NCA members favourable and 5 abstentions.
As the vote count continued for a third day on Tuesday, the left-wing opposition held onto its lead that would likely secure it 84 of the 140 seats in Albania’s parliament.
Socialist leader Edi Rama called on Prime Minister Sali Berisha to concede defeat, while underlining the importance that the remaining ballots are counted without further delay.
“We calmly wait for our opponent to concede defeat,” Rama said at a press conference.
“This is the time for all parties to work together so that the counting process can end, and Albania can move on,” he added.
The Qatari emir has confirmed to members of the ruling family that he will step down and transfer power to his heir apparent.
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani met royals and prominent members of Qatari society on Monday, and announced plans for a transition to his son, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
Sheikh Tamim, 33, has been groomed for the position since 2003, when his elder brother stepped aside.
Sheikh Hamad has been in power since 1995, during which Qatar has evolved into an important player on the regional and international political scenes.
Weary-eyed poll commissioners continued to count ballots on Monday after an election day marred by the murder of an opposition supporter and the wounding of a ruling Democratic Party candidate in a shootout in the northern town of Lac.
The counting began in the early hours of Monday, and so far the Central Electoral Commission, CEC, has announced partial results representing than two per cent of the national vote. The partial results put the left-wing opposition in the lead.
he Cabinet yesterday put the election process on hold “as a precautionary measure” while the country waits for the constitutional court to explain its verdict issued last week amid expectation the election date could change. The constitutional court, whose rulings are final, is scheduled to provide legal interpretations for its verdict which ordered the National Assembly dissolved and confirmed the controversial single-vote amendment.
El presidente palestino Mahmoud Abbas acepta la dimisión del primer ministro Rami Hamdallah, anunciada el jueves, dos semanas después de asumir el puesto.
El último encargo será formar un Gobierno en funciones.
Sigue sin haber una causa oficial, aunque se cree que la dimisión se debe a desacuerdos sobre la autoridad y atribuciones relacionadas con su cargo.
Protesters gathered in Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said, Suez, Daqahleya, and Kafr Al-Sheikh to voice their dissent against the ruling Muslim Brotherhood and demand the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi’s government.
Al-Dostour Party Spokesman Haitham El-Hariri in Alexandria said that a group of opposition members and Islamists there had started chanting against each other after Friday prayers at the Qa’id Ibrahim Mosque. Minor clashes broke out with some rock-throwing until the Islamists left the scene, El Hariri said.
Thousands of supporters of President Mohamed Morsi demonstrated on Friday in anticipation of upcoming opposition protests.
Le bureau de la nouvelle Isie se compose des personnes suivantes :
Juges judiciaires : Safi-Eddine El Haj, Mourad Ben Moula, Hasna Ben Slimane, Samia El Bokri.
Magistrats : Abdessatar Khlifi, Mohsen Belkhiria, Naoual Hannachi, Lamia Zargouni
Finances publiques : Abdelkhalek Boujnah, El Borni El Amri, Wafa Khouaja et Raja Hannachi.
Huissiers de justice : Rim Selliti, Naoual Chradi.
The National Constituent Assembly (NCA) bureau has decided to examine the draft impeachment motion against Caretaker President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki, in a plenary session set for Wednesday, June 26, Karima Souid, Assessor of the NCA President in charge of Communication told TAP news agency.
The motion has collected 78 signatures from different parliamentary blocks except the elected members of Ennahdha, the Congress for the Republic (CPR) and the Wafa movement.
Polling stations open on Sunday for what will undoubtedly be one of the most closely scrutinised elections in Albania’s recent history.
Standing by to ensure a free and fair election will by an army of more than 8,000 local and international observers.
Facing a difficult transition to democracy since the collapse of the Communist regime in 1991, Albania’s elections have been routinely marred by fraud and violence.
The last elections in 2009 sparked a political crisis between the ruling Democrats and opposition Socialists that still reverberates.