Since the spring of 2012, the Tunisian political landscape has been marked by a growing polarization between two major poles:
This interview with Jalel Ben Brik Zoghlami, leader of the LGO, was conducted by Dominique Lerouge on November 30 and December 14 2012.
Chokri Belaïd is general secretary of the Parti Unifié des Patriotes Démocrates and one of the leaders of the Popular Front. His remarks were published in the Tunisian daily “Le Temps” on December 18, 2012.
Jilani Hammami is the new spokesperson for the Workers’ Party (PdT, the former PCOT). These remarks were published in the Tunisian daily “Le Temps” of December 18, 2012.
“Italy votes next month in a general election. What should the Italian class struggle left do?” This statement from Sinistra Critica’s National Coordinating Committee on the upcoming Italian general election was adopted on 24 January 2013.
Mr Hollande, at a press conference on January 15, 2013 you said “What are we going to do to the terrorists? Destroy them!” A shocking, violent and warlike statement which recalls the tone of Vladimir Putin. A statement which is also somewhat imprudent in its peremptory aspect. Because in a game verbal escalation events unleash a process whereby, alas, hostages are frequently added to hostages. The tragic taking of hostages at the gas site in Tigantourine, in Algeria, which sickens us all, has provided a dramatic illustration of this.
This further statement was issued by the National Secretariat of the PST (Parti socialiste des travailleurs, Algerian section of the Fourth International) on 20 January 2013. January 2013
At midnight on December 1st there began, in a militarized Presidential Palace and city centre, the ceremony of transfer of power between Felipe Calderón and Enrique Peña Nieto (EPN). This democratic masquerade revealed the fraudulent and illegitimate character of the new regime.
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