Maroc, tunisie, egypt, révolution, révolution du jasmin, printemps arabe, jeunes, femmes, internet, media
"I do not know the nature of the weapons we use to the next world war. But for the fourth (the revolution), we will fight with stones." Albert Einstein
Who could imagine what happened in Magreb since last four months ? The world is changing, now with the progress of education people in poor countries now understand that they are victim of an unjust system which favors the more developed countries. This revolutionary wave will allow dissemination of universal values in Magreb countries like: justice, social equality, freedom of expression.
Trough ideological and political revolts, what has been happening since last december is an illustration of a fight against the Western powers dictate for a fairer economy and a transition to democratic models.
The wind of anger who is blowing on the Magreb countries symbolizes in the first step the fight against high prices . But more broadly it s a revolt against the socio-economic system. Very clearly, protesters express their pessimism and fears about the future, particularly in terms of employments, housing and living condition.
But Algeria and Tunisia are not the only countries affected by such social movements. We can also think about the Member States of European Union severely affected by the adoption of austerity measures ( Greece, Spain, Portugal ). And in some of the emerging countries we can notice an increase of social claims for example in China, Brazil, and India
[...] This also explains its delicate relationship with power. Faced with the almost unique party, she found herself in a position of anti establishment in the absence of organized opposition. In 1974 and 1984 by openly confronting the regime she has paid a heavy price. Which can be understood, that the takeover of Ben Ali who appears as a reformer, she has chosen the path of dialogue at the price of concessions. In reality, the UGTT had alternated between concession and opposition with the regime to maintain its unity. [...]
[...] Sign that the transition is difficult, supporters of ousted president armed with knives and bats attacked friday 13 of march hundreds of pro- democracy demonstrators gathered in Tahrir Square. "There is a standoff between supporters of the revolution and the system remains Mubarak ( . I am confident that we will win in the end, but the showdown is here, "says writer Khaled el-Khamissi. - In Iran, population is called by reformist websites of Iranian opposition manifest to protest against illegal placement in house arrest of its two main leaders, Mir Hossein Moussavi and Mehdi Karoubi. [...]
[...] Jordania has just increased its subsidies to major provider of sugar, rice and poultry in the country. Morocco, Algeria and Egypt are huge supplies of wheat. Social peace maintained by authoritarian politicians thanks to low food prices, threatens to crack. Add to this rotten system of justice or nonexistent, a poverty exacerbated (in Egypt of the population lives with less than a dollar a day) and political repression and we obtain a revolutionary climate. Other regimes of North Africa and Middle East are concerned. [...]
[...] To what extent and how the Jasmine Revolution led to the Arab spring ? In a first time we will see how the revolution took place in tunisia we will study its causes and its actors. Then in a second time we will look how and why this revolution has spread to other African countries. The Jasmine revolution: focus on tunisian revolution The Tunisian case is interesting, to understand this revolution we must consider the socio-economic factors that led to this political crisis and the emergence of new actors. [...]
[...] Then with a big conscience push that set the tone for the final eradication of the RCD, the party of Ben Ali, they were assured at the event on 2 February that the progress of the overhaul project of secular society in Tunisia, is irreversible. They are animated by strong conviction that these institutional and policy reforms need to be guarantors of perfect equality in rights and duties. Such is the force that holds the Tunisian feminist movement in the revolution. Tunisian women is a modern woman who is actively involved in drawing the political, social and cultural development. [...]
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