Noticias

Rainbow rally lifts opposition in Malaysia

14 Ene 2013
Malasia
Fuente: 
Asia Times Online

In a run-up to highly anticipated national elections, an estimated 100,000 people supporting the political opposition thronged Merdeka Stadium in the national capital for a rally organizers referred to as a "people's uprising". 

Signaling a potential shift in government tack, unlike previous rallies where the call had been for reform of election rules and procedures, the event was not suppressed by security officials. 

Christian leaders object to 1960 law, but fail to agree on an alternative

14 Ene 2013
Líbano
Fuente: 
The Daily Star

Efforts to contain a wave of objections to the Orthodox Gathering’s draft electoral law have not managed to eliminate mounting doubts about whether elections will be held on time. Friday’s Bkirki meeting between Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai, Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun, Marada Movement leader MP Sleiman Franjieh, and Kataeb Party head Amin Gemayel was the latest of these efforts.

Saudi replaces governor of oil-rich province

14 Ene 2013
Arabia Saudí
Fuente: 
al-Yazeera

Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah appointed Prince Saud bin Nayef as governor of the oil-producing Eastern Province, the Royal Court said in a statement carried by state news agency SPA.

"Prince Mohamad bin Fahad bin Abdulaziz is relieved of his duties as the governor of the Eastern Province, upon his request, and Prince Saud bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz ... is appointed governor of the Eastern province," the statement released on Monday said.

Reiterates commitment to Shar’ia

14 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir again blasted opposition parties for signing what is known as the "New Dawn" charter saying that it will be combated using the Quran.

The deal signed last week between most major Sudanese opposition parties and armed rebel movements affirm the common goal of toppling the regime though the signatories disagreed on means to achieve that.

Another contentious clause relates to the relation between the religion and the state which the participants say it seeks to avoid using religion in politics.

Full mandate from opposition parties: Al-Fadil

13 Ene 2013
Sudán
Fuente: 
Sudan Tribune

The representatives of opposition parties who signed the ’New Dawn’ charter in Uganda last week were fully authorized and mandated to endorse the document, an opposition figure said.

Mubarak al-Fadil who in 2011 disbanded his party and rejoined the National Umma Party (NUP) said in a statement today that the provisions included in the ’New Dawn’ were negotiated and agreed to by the signatories which included most major Sudanese opposition parties as well as armed movements fighting Khartoum on different fronts.

L'Islam rime avec modernité

13 Ene 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

«La troisième année de la révolution sera ponctuée par la fin de la rédaction de la première Constitution démocratique en Tunisie, où Islam rime avec modernité», a affirmé, vendredi, le président du mouvement Ennahdha Rached Ghannouchi.
«L’Islam est synonyme de justice et de liberté et ne s’oppose pas au pluralisme et à la démocratie», a-t-il lancé lors d’un meeting populaire à Raoued (gouvernorat de l’Ariana).

Ettahrir, L’application de la charia refait surface

12 Ene 2013
Túnez
Fuente: 
La Presse

Ils sont venus de plusieurs gouvernorats, dont notamment Bizerte et Monastir, ils étaient environ 8.000 manifestants selon les organisateurs, et 2.500 selon la police.
Bien évidemment, les hommes et les femmes étaient séparés, les hommes devant les femmes derrière, répétant des slogans du type «Il n’existe de Dieu qu’Allah et la charia est le droit de Dieu».

Nous ne participerons pas à une élection ayant pour socle cette constitution

Il n’est pas question qu’il y ait une source juridique autre que celle de l’islam

Political Money Threatens Integrity of Elections

12 Ene 2013
Jordania
Fuente: 
Al-Hayat, Al-Monitor

Officials and observers of the Jordanian elections have admitted that political money has been used to influence the electoral process leading up to elections due to take place on January 23rd. According to them, if the phenomenon continues, the future of the elections would be endangered, their integrity would be called into question and official promises of reform and combating corruption would be in “an unenviable position.”

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.

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