Noticias

Sudan’s parliament suspends activities to push for military mobilisation

08 Mayo 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Sudan’s National Assembly has decided to suspend its sessions next week in order to enable lawmakers to head to their constituencies and lead a mobilisation campaign in support of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) in its ongoing battle with rebel groups which have stepped up their military activities in recent months.

The national assembly speaker, Ahmed Ibrahim al-Tahir directed MPs to go to their states and meet with the local governments in order to mobilise youth to support SAF.

"We want people to defend themselves and offer self-sacrifice” al-Tahir said.

Sudan NCP endorses proposal to extend Bashir’s mandate for 5 years

08 Mayo 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) approved a proposal on Tuesday aimed at amending its statute and extending the term of president Omer Hassan al-Bashir from four to five years.

NCP’s secretary of women’s affairs, Samia Ahmed Mohamed, told reporters in Khartoum that the proposal will be submitted to the Shura Council, the only organ entitled to amend the statute of the party.

Such amendment will mean the extension of Bashir’s leadership of the party for an additional year.

MP wants citizenship for non-Muslims too

08 Mayo 2013
Kuwait
Fuente: 
Kuwait Times

KUWAIT: MP Khalil Al-Saleh yesterday submitted a draft law calling to amend the nationality law in a way to allow granting citizenship to non-Muslims, saying taking the religion factor in nationality affairs amounts to a form of discrimination. The Shiite lawmaker said that the Kuwaiti nationality law, first introduced in 1959, did not stipulate religious conditions in granting citizenship to foreigners. However, an amendment introduced in 1982 required that foreigners who may be granted Kuwaiti citizenship should be Muslim by birth or have embraced Islam for at least five years.

Hopefuls start signing up for Iran’s presidential polls

07 Mayo 2013
Irán
Fuente: 
Press TV

The registration of hopefuls for Iran’s 11th presidential election, which is due on June 14, has officially begun. The official registration began on Tuesday morning on the order of the Iranian Interior Ministry. Hopefuls have five days, until May 11, to sign up for the presidential election.

More than 20 political figures from across Iran’s political spectrum have so far announced their intention to run for president, with the majority being from the principlist camp.

El líder opositor de Malasia convoca una marcha para denunciar fraude electoral

07 Mayo 2013
Malasia
Fuente: 
CNN

 

El líder del opositor Pacto Popular (PP), Anwar Ibrahim, ha convocado una gran manifestación para el próximo miércoles en Kuala Lumpur para denunciar el fraude que supuestamente se cometió en las elecciones legislativas celebradas el pasado domingo en Malasia, que dieron la victoria al gobernante Frente Nacional (FN).

 

   "Debemos tener el derecho a expresarnos adecuadamente en los espacios públicos --como los estadios-- y en sus alrededores", ha dicho el líder opositor, en declaraciones recogidas por la cadena británica BBC.

 

Presidente egipcio renueva parte de su gabinete ministerial

07 Mayo 2013
Egipto
Fuente: 
Telesur

El presidente de Egipto, Mohamed Mursi, inició este martes la reorganización de su gabinete al nombrar nuevos ministros en nueve carteras, entre las que se encuentran las de Finanzas, Justicia y Agricultura.

Los nuevos ministros nombrados por el presidente Mursi son Fayad Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, que ocupará la cartera de Finanzas; y Amr Darag que estará a cargo de Planificación y Cooperación Internacional.

También fueron nombrados los titulares de Petróleo, Sherif Hedara; de Agricultura, Ahmed el Guizaui; y de Inversiones, Yehia Abdel Samie, entre otros.

Albania Registers MP Candidates Before Polls

07 Mayo 2013
Albania
Fuente: 
Balkan Insight

The ruling Democrats of Prime Minister Sali Berisha have included in their list of candidates three former Socialist MPs who switched ranks ahead of the polls.

The defectors were key to securing a majority in parliament for the government, after the Socialist Movement for Integration, the former junior government partner, joined the opposition coalition in early April.

El líder de la JI considera que todos los liberales deberían ser declarados minoría religiosa

06 Mayo 2013
Pakistán
Fuente: 
The News

El líder de la Yama'at Islami (JI), Syed Munawar Hasan, ha declarado que todos aquellos que se consideren a sí mismos liberales en un país hecho para la supremacía del Corán y la Sunna, deberían ser considerados minorías religiosas. Hasan cree que la intervención americana en el país ha llevado a la anarquía y que no hay cabida en el país para todo aquel que apoye a EEUU. Este discurso lo dio en Karachi, cerca de la tumba del fundador del país, Alí Yinnah. 

5e congrès du Mouvement de la société pour la paix : Mokri plébiscité

06 Mayo 2013
Argelia
Fuente: 
El Moudjahid

Au troisième et dernier jour du 5e congrès du Mouvement de la société pour la paix (MSP), le nom du prétendant   au poste de président du parti est désormais connu.  L’attente et le suspense ont pris fin, et le rideau est tombé sur des assises qui ont, vaille que vaille, fait couler de l’encre et alimenté, un tant soit peu, la chronique politique. 

2,145 jail sentences issued for terrorism by security court

05 Mayo 2013
Arabia Saudí
Fuente: 
Arab News

A special security court has issued 2,145 jail sentences for “supporting terrorism” since it was formed four and a half years ago, according to the Justice Ministry.
The Specialized Criminal Court often tries suspects accused of affiliation with Al-Qaeda's local branch, which operates in the region.
Spokesman Fahd bin Abdullah Al-Bakran told reporters that the Specialized Criminal Court has already ruled in 1,080 cases and is still looking into another 419 cases that involve 2,800 suspects.

Qatari delegation survives Somalia car bomb

05 Mayo 2013
Qatar
Somalia
Fuente: 
Gulf News

Mogadishu: A car bomb hit a convoy of cars carrying Qatari officials through the centre of Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Sunday, killing at least eight Somalis, officials said.

The visiting delegation of Qataris, who were travelling in the Somali interior minister’s bullet-proof vehicle, were “safe”, a security officer said, without going into further detail. The minister was not in the car at the time.

‘Gifted’ journalists

04 Mayo 2013
Qatar
Fuente: 
The Peninsula

Newspapers in Qatar are young compared with other countries in the region or the Arab world as a whole, but not so young that they cannot attempt bold and critical stories.

But, sadly, a culture of gifts, cash handouts and free overseas trips has taken root, which is spoiling journalists, and the newspapers seem to be turning a blind eye to the malaise as that helps them multiply their advertising revenues.

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