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Freedom for Egypt’s Political Prisoners

EGYPT Written by April 6 Movement Tuesday, 26 August 2014 19:50 Egypt is currently experiencing a serious escalation of repression. The interim government of Adly Mahmoud Mansour, backed by the military, passed an anti-terrorism Act in April 2014. It is part of a series of measures allegedly against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), but used against all political opposition to the …

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[Egypt] Elections: Victory of al-Sisi, but …

EGYPT Written by Eduardo Almeida Neto Sunday, 15 June 2014 15:54 In the recent presidential elections, Marshal al-Sisi got 96.9% of the votes, according to the official questionable figures. It would have actually been a huge victory if it were not come accompanied by an abstention of the majority population. According to official data, only 46% of the Egyptian people …

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IWL statement on the revolutionary process in Egypt

Written by International Secretariat – IWL – FI The revolution in the Arab World is still one of the centres of the world political situation; Egypt, one of the countries that shook the world with the fall of Mubarak in 2011, is still going through a revolutionary process with all its ups and downs. The strength and the heroism of …

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The Top 10 Stories in 2013

Written by editor Monday, 30 December 2013 20:14 Since the first publication of the Top 10 stories posted on IWL-FI’s website, in 2011, they show an increasing interest of ours readers in the main scenarios of the world class struggles. This year is not different.  Among the Top 10, three are related with the revolutions in the north of Africa …

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Advances and Contradictions of the Egyptian Revolution

by Ronald León y José Welmowicki – IWL-FI The fall of the Government of Mohamed Morsi is a fact that is of enormous importance not only for the Egyptian revolution but for the course of all revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East. Without a doubt, it marks a new milestone in the revolutionary process. At the same time, …

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