Algeria

Class Struggle Doesn’t Stop Under the Pandemic

The corona virus pandemic, with the measures of social isolation, is forcing many mobilization processes to take a break in their forms of mobilization against their despotic governments. This occurs in: Hong Kong, France, Algeria, Sudan or Chile, to name a few examples. But those who think that these...

Freedom for Algerian Political Prisoners

On April 6, 2020 Algerian courts sentenced Abdelouahab Fersaoui guilty for “compromising the integrity of the national territory” and “hampering the transport of military material”. The 39-year-old academic and RAJ (Rassemblement Actions Jeunesse) president will stay in jail for one year. Karim Tabbou, the national coordinator of the unrecognized Democratic...

In Spite of the Elections, the Algerian Revolution Continues

The elections for president of Algeria were held on December 12. They were summoned by the new dictator, General Ahmed Gaid Salah, to demobilize the revolution and give the Bonapartist regime a democratic outlook. By Hassan al-Barazili   General Gaid Salah took office in April after ousting former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and arresting...

Solidarity to Arab Revolutions From Brazil

CSP-Conlutas members stood in solidarity with Arab revolutions in Sao Paulo workers’ day rally on May 1. By CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup May 6, 2019 They were portraying the flags of Algeria, Sudan, Palestine and Syrian revolutions. On May 5, CSP-Conlutas national coordination passed a motion in solidarity to the Palestinian in Gaza who...

Arab “Kingdom Republics” and Constitution Changes

The constitutional articles relating to the term of the President of the Republic in the Arab States are the most vulnerable to changes likewise most of totalitarian regimes. Changing these articles according to the needs of the ruler is frequent since the executive power controls both state institutions (parliament and...

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