Society - North Africa - Algeria - Egypt - International - Libya - Tunisia - Yemen - Governance
The successful revolt in Tunisia under the autocratic regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali who had ruled for 23 years inspired confidence in Egyptians. The end of President Hosni Mubarak’s 30 year-rule, the issue of long imposed emergency laws in North Africa have been questioned as Algerians demand a more democratic government. Unemployment and a closed press amongst other issues have been brought to the fore.

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Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Bahrain, who's Arab world's next? -
All this talk of people taken to the streets in protest,making these dictators shake in their boots.Some try to distract their people from the real issues of corruption,injustice;inequality;unemployment and last but not least the lack of FREEDOMS.Some of these dictators even try to bribe their people trying to absorb their anger.these rulers acted with impunity before,they plundered their countries wealth and amassed unfathomable amounts of money while their peoples live in abject poverty. - Sunday 13 February 2011 - 20:23

Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Bahrain, who's Arab world's next? -
As Libyan citizen, I can say Gahddafi has made many up-and-down impacts on the society during his 42 years in power . He ruled the country without any constitution, no free media, now human rights, no social equality, no public dignity at all . All powers are concentrated in the hand of one man, no elections of any form, hundreds of Billions of dollars has been wasted in rubbish ideological propaganda. - Sunday 13 February 2011 - 04:35

Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Bahrain, who's Arab world's next? -
All I can tell you is that the following are all ongoing efforts on Twitter: Algeria #feb12, Bahrain #feb14, Iran #bahman25 (feb 14), Libya #feb17, Morocco #feb20, Kuwait #Mar8 - Saturday 12 February 2011 - 12:26



 


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