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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL Gard - public meeting, Spain, Tunisia, Greece and popular movement on March 17 in Nimes (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 28 Feb 2016 18:33:11 +0200

Recent years have emerged in various countries important social movements that were a real radical both in their forms at the level of their demands. Come discuss on March 17 in Nimes with the Anti-Capitalist Network Autogestionaire (RAAGE) and AL Gard. ---- In Greece, a country in crisis, battered people blocked the country through different days of general strike. He intended to discard the chains that the EU imposed on him ... ---- In Spain, in an equally crisis countries with an unemployment rate exceeding 30%, the Indignant Movement that appeared on the slogan "They do not represent us." Rejecting the ruling parties, leaders in their eyes of the crisis, the Popular Party (right and far right) and the Socialist Party, the Indignant Movement had spread like wildfire. He multiplied all over the Iberian Peninsula: Huge turnout, occupations of squares of major cities, direct action against the evictions of tenants ...

In Tunisia, echoing the revolts that washed over several countries in North Africa and the Middle East (Yemen, Libya, Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco), the people put down with the bloody dictator Zine elAbidine Ben Ali and his clique.


Spain, Tunisia, Greece: Challenges and Prospects for People Empowerment

leaflet RAAGE March 17
Meeting debate Thursday, March 17 at 7:00 p.m.
Centre André Malraux, Room 6,
2 Avenue de Lattre de Tassigny, 30000 Nîmes website RAAGE the internet

The results, unfortunately, these movements full of hope where people took their destinies in hand, are disappointing final:

In Greece the illusion that the government of Syriza Alexis Tsirpas can stand up to the Troika and Merkel has been forgotten. Waivers Waivers after Syriza has become a party that manages the crisis, accept the rules imposed by Brussels and abandoned in the space of a few months, hope to make any social alternative to the people ...

In Spain, it is the Podemos Party Pablo Iglesias who intends to represent the illusion that another politics is possible against the capitalist juggernaut. Although not yet having been sifted through the exercise of power, it is quite obvious that Podemos, despite the enormous popular support it raises, will not meet expectations. Already, his dealings with the Socialist Party suggest a series of denials from him on the most radical aspects of his political program. What's also not without causing serious internal turmoil in the party of Pablo Iglesias.

In Tunisia, it is the Islamist Ennahda and former executives of the Plan that are leading the way since the fall of Ben Ali.

Based on the analysis of situations in the three countries, we can therefore ask ourselves a question: While social movements existed and qu'émergeait the prospect of a radical change in society, why do we attended in all three cases, a diversion and confiscation of popular anger?

The Anti-Capitalist Network self-management (RAAGE) invites you to discuss these issues!

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