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Police have fired teargas to disperse tens of thousands of demonstrators marching through central #Algiers against Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s bid for a fifth term in office, the biggest protest in the #Algerian capital since the Arab spring. google.com/amp/s/amp.theg…
Other marches in cities around the country including Oran, Constantine, Sétif, Tizi Ouzou and Bouïra drew thousands more angry at the ailing president’s attempt to prolong his 20 years in power, local media reported.
Nahla Djabi, a marcher, said the protesters were heading “towards the central post office, and from there the presidential palace.The atmosphere is very relaxed, there are plenty of families, women, children. It’s calm for the moment. It’s very joyous.We have hope, a lot of hope”
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1/8 My favorite #quote by #JosephStalin, which explains the scientific, #DialecticalMaterialist explanation of true freedom in material reality, not just as an abstract ideal. #StalinIsBack #StalinLives #JVStalin #Stalin #StalinQuote #StalinQuotes #Truth #MELS #MarxismLeninism
2/8 Having an #objective, #rational, #ScientificSocialist, #Dialectical, & #Materialist viewpoint allows us to accurately see & evaluate & analyze #Truth & #Reality as they truly materially exist in this universe.
3/8 An idealistic, dogmatic viewpoint, which capitalists have, however, makes one irrational enough to 'see' freedom where freedom stays trapped on a piece of paper while people are oppressed in their actual lived lives.
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The Union Buildings has rolled out the red carpet to welcome Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, President Brahim Ghali who is in the country for a working visit #SASaharawi
President Cyril Ramaphosa is hosting President Ghali. The two are expected to review bilateral cooperation between the two countries and exchange views on issues of common interest and mutual concern. #SASaharawi
South Africa formally recognised the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic on 15 September 2004.
Pretoria continues to support the inalienable right of the people of Western Sahara to self-determination and independence. #SASaharawi
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