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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL - Public Meeting - anti-colonial Week: Algeria-Morocco-Tunisia embers under the ashes, on March 7 in Paris (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 4 Mar 2016 16:46:37 +0200

Return policy after 5 years what no qualifiaient of "Arab Spring", the lessons learned about the struggles and current popular expectations, and opportunities are emerging. ---- 5 years ago the people of Tunisia shook off the yoke of dictatorship, overthrew the tyrant lives in his head and was blowing a wind of freedom browsing the entire region to the Gulf countries. 5 years after the Moroccan and Algerian dictatorships that have felt the wind of the bullet pass, are still in place and the Tunisian political class mixing supporters of Ben Ali recycled, Islamo-conservatives and liberals is presented by the international press as one that domesticate knew that no-es qualifiaient there are still some "Arab revolution". ---- Why these powers they come to stay while refusing to reduce inequality and youth unemployment level is among the highest in the world? What are the expectations of the company and the extent of dissatisfaction in these three countries? What are the main areas of challenge now? What lessons have been learned from the failures of Spring North African nations, the Middle East and the Gulf? What threat are jihadist movements?


Monday, March 7, 19 hours
Algeria-Morocco-Tunisia embers under the ashes

Admission free press table - Buffet

Espace Louise Michel 42b, rue des Cascades, 75020 Paris, metro Jordan

We propose to speak with Sofya Lahrach activist of the AMDH (Moroccan Association of Human Rights) that evoke women's struggles in Morocco - Mohamed Jaite activist Democratic Way that will address the social and political context in Morocco, Elie octave , libertarian activist who will speak on the situation in Tunisia and François Gèze (former head of Editions Maspero and Discovery) who will speak on Algeria, as well as activists and militants of Alternative libertaire.

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