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South Asia Paper # 4 : Rule of Law, Justice and Constitutionalism: Political Mobilization in the ‘Lawyers’ Movement for the Restoration of Judiciary and Democracy’ in Pakistan (2007-09)

South Asia Paper # 4 : Rule of Law, Justice and Constitutionalism: Political Mobilization in the ‘Lawyers’ Movement for the Restoration of Judiciary and Democracy’ in Pakistan (2007-09)

Outside the Jamaat’s office in Islamabad, Pakistan © Salman Hussain In March 2007, lawyers across Pakistan rose up against the eight-year long military rule of General Pervez Musharraf, when he dismissed the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Iftikhar Mohammad...

Un autoritarisme discret ? Les élections municipales de 2012 en Cisjordanie

Les critiques sur la dérive autoritaire ou la confiscation du pouvoir dont se rendraient coupable le Président Mahmoud Abbas et son entourage commencent à se faire entendre au sein même de l’appareil étatique palestinien. Or, l’Autorité Nationale Palestinienne (ANP) continue d’afficher tous les indicateurs d’une certaine vitalité démocratique : pluralisme politique, tenue plus ou moins régulière d’élections (alors que le pays vit sous occupation), rapports élogieux des institutions internationales en charge d’épauler l’ANP dans sa mission.

Exiled Between Two Authoritarianisms: the Sudanese Exiled in Cairo, from Hosni Mubarak to Abdel Fattah El-Sisi

A portrait made up of both Hosni Mubarak and Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's faces, erected since July 3, 2013, by the opponents to the reestablishment of a military regime. They protest against the likeness between the fallen dictator and the incumbent one. © Amr Abdallah...