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World Algeria: Strong mobilization for the release of opinion detainees

00:35  17 april  2021
00:35  17 april  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

Algerian president cautions pro-democracy protesters

  Algerian president cautions pro-democracy protesters Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune Tuesday warned pro-democracy Hirak activists of "non-innocent activities" as authorities say the movement is being hijacked ahead of elections. Tebboune warned against "non-innocent activities" that "attempt to hinder the democratic process", after meeting of the country's top security council. The president has called early elections for June 12 in an attempt to respond to the country's political andTebboune warned against "non-innocent activities" that "attempt to hinder the democratic process", after meeting of the country's top security council.

Many Algerians were already mobilized at the grassroots levels and were ready to take back political and public spaces, opposing the imperative of law and order imposed by the military. Subsequently, the mobilization of the youth in 2019 brought Algerian society together and temporarily put aside diverse stereotypes. It had undoubtedly created a new political space in which relations between the youth and elite could transcend. This phenomenal movement of the country's youth is trying to keep up the 2019 spirit of Hirak amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conversely, in other settings, such as contemporary China, decentralized state structures provide an inhospitable environment for national-level protest, leading collective actors to opt for more local and parochial forms of contention. This outcome produces paradoxical situations, such as in the PRC, where protests are frequent but national-level mobilization and coordination is absent."

Des Algériens manifestent contre le pouvoir le 16 avril 2021 à Alger © Ryad Kramdi Algerians show against power on April 16, 2021 in Algiers

Thousands of people have shown Friday in Algiers, braving the cold and fasting of Ramadan To demand the release of recently incarcerated activists from the Hirak, the People's Anti-Gime Movement, according to a reporter of AFP.

As every Friday since the end of February, a first procession parade from the Street Didouche Mourad, the main artery of the center of the capital, towards the Grand Post, emblematic place of rally of the hiraks. They were joined after Friday's weekly prayer by processors, more supplied, including popular districts of Bab El Oued and Belouizdad.

trial gourdel: the main accused sentenced to death for the assassination of the guide niçois is using

 trial gourdel: the main accused sentenced to death for the assassination of the guide niçois is using in total, fourteen people had been pursued in this case © Lecomte Barbara / Sipa Hervé Gourdel, Guide Niçois, was decapitated by her Raptors in September 2014 Terrorism - In total, fourteen people had been pursued in this case on February 18, the Algerian justice sentenced to death Abdelmalek Hamzaoui, the main accused of the murder of the Nice Hervé Gourdel , removed and decapitated By jihadists in Algeria in 2014.

Period of mobilization for the suppression of Communist rebellion. Language. Watch. Edit. Period of mobilization for the suppression of Communist rebellion (Chinese: 動員戡亂時期; pinyin: Dòngyuán Kānluàn Shíqí; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tōng-oân Kham-loān sî-kî)

People took to the streets in Algeria , Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Libya and Yemen. The tools in 2010 were new but the grievances were the same: the quest for a life lived with dignity, with the full range of civil, cultural, economic, political and social rights. Activists around the world who have too long endured the threat and reality of imprisonment, torture and other brutality because of their political opinion and beliefs or identity Together we have successfully campaigned for the release of thousands of prisoners of conscience – some of whom, such as Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf – are today heads of states.

Behind a banner affirming "freedom for all the inmates, manifest peacefully is not a crime", the weekly walking, bristling with umbrellas and portraits of prisoners, was held in the calm in the arteries of the center -ville, despite a biting cold, the rain and fasting of the sacred month of Ramadan who started Tuesday.

The protesters put forward the 23 activists arrested during a march of the Hirak on April 3 in Algiers and who observed a hunger strike since April 7, according to the National Committee for the Liberation of Inmates (CNLD).

incarcerated at El Harrach Algerian prison, they are continued for "infringement of national unity and non-armed attraction".

Thursday, eight Algerian human rights associations have been concerned about the deterioration of their state of health.

Benin: Opponents block roads before the presidential election

 Benin: Opponents block roads before the presidential election © AFP - Yanick Folly protesters in front of tire barricades and branches during a mobilization in Toui, Benin, April 7, 2021. Opponents To President Patrice Talon continue to protest, a few days before the presidential election on Sunday, April 11th. Scattered mobilizations started at night from Monday to Tuesday. The protesters say that the mandate of the head of state has been completed since April 5 at midnight, which has marked its 5 years in power.

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scheming "civil and non-military status", for the demilitarization of the plan, the protesters, all generations confused, reiterated their rejection of the legislative elections of 12 June: "No elections with the Ventrus parties", an allusion to political formations close to power, accused of corruption by the hirakists.

in a message on the occasion of the "Knowledge Day", Thursday, President Abdelamadjid Tebboune urged "the Algerian society (...) to speak at the political deadlines to come, in complete freedom and by the most civilized ways ".

The opponents denounce, for their part, to each of their gatherings, a qualified ballot of "masquerade". The main part of the secular opposition decided to the boycott.

of the marches of the hirak also took place in the provinces, in Kabylie in particular, on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the repression of the riots of the "Black Spring" in April 2001 (126 dead and thousands of wounded).

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