Noticias

La prensa florece tras la 'primavera árabe'

01 Feb 2013
Argelia
Libia
Mauritania
Marruecos
Túnez
Fuente: 
El País

Las revueltas árabes no han traído por ahora los empleos necesarios ni la ansiada prosperidad. Sí trajeron democracia, aunque acompañada de una desconocida inestabilidad política e inseguridad ciudadana. Pero las revoluciones también conllevaron una mejora tangible en cualquier calle u hogar de Túnez y de Libia: la libertad de expresión llegó de un día para otro aunque aún es imperfecta. Rápidamente proliferaron nuevos periódicos, emisoras y canales de televisión. Centenares de ellos han nacido en estos dos años. Otros se tuvieron que reformar.

 

La oposición toma las calles en protesta contra el Gobierno de Morsi

01 Feb 2013
Egipto
Fuente: 
El País

Miles de personas han salido a la calle en Egipto este viernes, en protesta contra el Gobierno de Mohamed Morsi y la sociedad de los Hermanos Musulmanes, que le apoya. A pesar de que los principales grupos opositores habían firmado ayer un acuerdo de no violencia, hoy, en El Cairo, varios manifestantes se enfrentaron a la policía en las inmediaciones de la plaza de Tahrir, que ha sido el epicentro de las protestas desde que comenzara la revolución que depuso a Hosni Mubarak, en 2011, y en la palacio de Heliopolis, sede de la presidencia, contra el que lanzaron cócteles molotov y donde ha habido más de 50 heridos.

L’état d’urgence prolongé

01 Feb 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

Le président de la République provisoire, Moncef Marzouki, a décidé de «prolonger l’état d’urgence du 1er février 2013 au 2 mars 2013», après s’être concerté avec le chef du gouvernement provisoire, Hamadi Jebali, et le président de l’Assemblée nationale constituante, Mustapha Ben Jaâfar, a indiqué hier un communiqué de la présidence de la République.

 

http://www.lapresse.tn/01022013/62016/letat-durgence-prolonge.html

"No room for politics", says Lakes state caretaker governor

31 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

Lakes state’s new military caretaker governor, Maj. Gen. Matur Chut Dhuol, has detailed a set of tough new reforms to quell insecurity in the state.

Under the plans, commissioners of all eight counties have been directed to confront cattle raiders and bring them to justice. Failure to do so will result in their immediate dismissal.

He also warned members of Lakes state’s legislative assembly to stop debating politics in parliament, saying he will shut down parliament if political topics continue.

Sudan paid $200 million to Darfur authority, regional minister

31 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese government paid the first instalment of its financial commitment to the Darfur regional Authority (DRA), reaffirmed Tadjadine Bechir Niam, DRA Minister of Reconstruction, Development and Infrastructure.

Sudanese government and the former rebel Liberation and Equality Movement (LJM) signed the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) on 14 July 2011, but the head of the former rebel group and regional authority Tijani Al-Sissi kept blaming the government for paralysing DRA activities due to the lack of money.

Election fever high in Tripoli despite vote law debate

30 Ene 2013
Líbano
Fuente: 
the Daily Star

Politicians in Tripoli are busy preparing for elections, despite mounting concerns that polls might be canceled or postponed as a result of either the Syrian crisis or the debate that is still raging over which electoral law to use.

The degree of preparedness differs between candidates, but nonetheless, all are indulging in the possibility of running as candidates.

Poursuite des débats sur les instances constitutionnelles

30 Ene 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

L’Assemblée nationale constituante (ANC) a poursuivi, hier, la discussion des articles du chapitre relatif aux instances constitutionnelles dans le projet de Constitution après avoir examiné le préambule, les principes généraux et le chapitre des droits et libertés.
Les élus ont insisté sur l’impératif de séparer les instances constitutionnelles du pouvoir exécutif pour garantir leur indépendance.
Nadia Chaâbane (Bloc démocratique) a appelé à prévoir le principe de parité dans la composition des instances constitutionnelles.

Les députés votent la feuille de route pour la transition

30 Ene 2013
Malí
Fuente: 
RFI

Les députés de l’Assemblée nationale malienne ont adopté, à l’unanimité, ce mardi 29 janvier, la mise en place d’une feuille de route politique pour l’après-guerre. Présentée par le Premier ministre malien Diango Cissoko, la feuille de route propose que le pays recouvre son intégrité territoriale avant d'organiser des élections.

Iran's nuclear ambitions stalk presidential election

29 Ene 2013
Irán
Fuente: 
Bbc News

In six months' time Iranians will go to the polls to elect a new president.

Although the campaign does not officially start until March, there has already been much speculation about who will be competing in the race to succeed Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

After a year dominated by infighting between supporters and opponents of Mr Ahmadinejad, the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has warned politicians not to engage in early electioneering.

Report card on the eve of elections

28 Ene 2013
Pakistán
Fuente: 
Dawn

After coming to power in March 2008, the Pakistan Peoples Party’s coalition government announced a nine-point agenda to reform the governance mode and address structural problems of the national economy it inherited from the military-led regime.

Five years down the road, most of the challenges, more or less, still exist. With transfer of power expected to take place in a few weeks after general elections due in May this year, the new government would be confronted with even more serious economic problems.

Future to boycott next meeting on vote law

28 Ene 2013
Líbano
Fuente: 
the Daily Star

The Future bloc will not attend this week’s meeting of the joint parliamentary committees on a new vote law in line with its boycott of the government, former Prime Minister Foaud Siniora said Sunday, casting gloom over the outcome of the lawmakers’ talks.

Siniora also said the Future Movement would unveil this week a comprehensive draft electoral law designed to address the Christians’ concerns, in the latest attempt to break the deadlock over which proposal best guarantees fair representation for all sects.

Páginas