Arabia Saudita a interzis toate marsurile si protestele

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Sâmbătă, 5 martie 2011, 15:22 Actualitate | Internaţional

Autoritatile din Arabia Saudita au interzis toate marsurile si protestele, a anuntat televiziunea de stat, citand ministerul de interne, dupa ce minoritatea siita a organizat mai multe manifestatii in zona de est, potrivit Reuters.

Fortele de securitate vor folosi toate masurile pentru a preveni orice incercare de perturbare a ordinii publice, a precizat televiziunea de stiri, fara a da detalii.

Minoritatea siita traieste in special in est, zona in care se afla mare parte din rezervele de petrol si scena protestelor din ultimele saptamani la adresa conducerii sunite. Aceasta solicita eliberarea prizonierilor care sunt inchisi de mult timp fara a li se acorda dreptul la un proces.

Siiti sunt nemultumiti ca nu reusesc sa obtina functii in guvern si alte beneficii, precum ceilalti cetateni.

Saptamana trecuta, Regele Abdullah s-a intors in Riyadh, dupa o pauza de trei luni in care a primit ingrijiri medicale, si a dezvaluit un plan de acordare a 37 miliarde de dolari in beneficii cetatenilor, in incercarea de a proteja regatul de proteste.


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    BREAKING NEWS ! (Sâmbătă, 5 martie 2011, 16:56)

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    Published Today - 3/5/2011

    Administratia Obama sprijina reformele dar nu isi abandoneaza aliatii.
    In links: vezi poze !

    Obama administration supports reforms not ouster of Arab allies

    http://www1.albawaba.com/main-headlines/obama-administration-supports-reforms-not-ouster-arab-allies
    http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/8380162-obama-administration-supports-reforms-not-ouster-of-arab-allies
    http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/8380162-obama-administration-supports-reforms-not-ouster-of-arab-allies/image/74483792-obama-administration-supports-reforms-not-ouster-of-arab-allies
    http://www.jpost.com/International/Article.aspx?ID=210859&R=R1

    After weeks of internal debate on how to respond to the wave of revolts in the Arab world, the Obama administration is settling on a new Middle East strategy: help keep longtime allies who are willing to reform in power, even if that means the full democratic demands of their citizens might have to wait. According to WSJ, instead of pushing for immediate regime change Washington is urging protesters from Bahrain to Morocco to work with existing rulers toward "regime alteration."

    The approach has emerged amid furious lobbying of the administration by Arab governments, who were alarmed that President Barack Obama had abandoned Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Also in Bahrain, the U.S. decision to back the ruling family came after harsh criticism of its handling of protests there. On Friday, the kingdom's opposition mounted one of its largest rallies.

    "What we have said throughout this is that there is a need for political, economic and social reform, but the particular approach will be country by country," an American official was quoted as saying.

    A pivotal moment came in late February, in the tense hours after Mr. Obama publicly berated King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa for cracking down violently on antigovernment demonstrators in Bahrain's capital ....


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