Monthly Archives: January 2021

Libyan Amazigh Council calls for boycott of referendum on constitution

The Supreme Council of Libyan Amazighs on Thursday rejected in a statement the results of the Hurghada Constitutional Commission, including the decision to hold a referendum on the Libyan draft constitution. The statement said the referendum is hostile action against the Libyan Amazighs, who will boycott the referendum and fail …

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A new dawn for the Amazigh cause

This newcomer formed an alliance at the end of 2020 with two political parties that are members of the government majority, the National Rally of Independents (RNI) and the Popular Movement (deputy). Under the leadership of these two political groups, activists of the Amazigh movement are preparing to participate in …

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Berber New Year in North Africa

In North Africa among the Berbers, January 12e is the 1st New Year’s Day 2971 of the Amazigh (Berber) calendar which begins in 950 BC. Egypt until 715 BC. By Rabah Arkam This Berber king had succeeded in unifying Egypt and then invading the kingdom of Israel. He is said …

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Gafsa governorate calls general strike – Middle East Monitor

Gafsa governorate in southern Tunisia staged a general strike on Thursday that included most of the city’s public amenities to demand development projects and job opportunities for the unemployed. Public and administrative institutions, in particular, have closed their doors since morning. Meanwhile, strikers from several sectors, unemployed people and representatives …

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