My Bookmarx 01/10/2012
10 يناير 2012 بواسطة Tamer Mowafy
الكتاتني: مصطلح الخروج الآمن للعسكري يحمل إدانة للمؤسسة العسكرية – بوابة الشروق
رفض الأمين العام لحزب الحرية والعدالة الدكتور محمد سعد الكتاتني، في تصريحات للمحررين البرلمانيين بمجلس الشعب اليوم الاثنين، “أن يكون للمؤسسة العسكرية وضع خاص في الدستور الجديد”، وقال: “نحن نحترم القوات المسلحة وقياداتها، فهي مؤسسة وطنية يحترمها الشعب المصري كله ويقدرها، ولها خصوصيات لاسيما في إبرام اتفاقيات السلاح وإصدار قرارات الحرب والسلام، وأمورها لا يجب أن تكون “سداح مداح”.
Al-Ganzoury and Privatization | المركز المصرى للحقوق الاجتماعية والاقتصادية
At the time when the Supreme Military Council appointed Dr. Kamal Al-Ganzoury as Prime Minister of Egypt, and where the latter is attempting to form the new cabinet to begin his reign, the Administrative Court -Investment Circuit- issued on December 3rd 2011 a ruling against one of the most clear cases of corruption of privatization and ‘waste of public money/capital’, which is the case of selling and privatizing ” The Arab Company for Offshore Commerce”.
BBC News – What really caused the eurozone crisis?
World leaders probably spent more time worrying about the eurozone crisis than anything else in 2011.
The Worker Co-operative Movements in Italy, Mondragon and France: Context, Success Factors and Lessons | American Worker Cooperative
To grow a
large worker co-op movement, a system of supports is required to enable the transfer of
appropriate knowledge to many people, in addition to having access to worker coop-friendly
sources of capital.
The most dangerous woman in America – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News
As a professional revolutionary, Emma Goldman had a career that spanned continents and a charisma that inspired thousands when she spoke publicly. But today, she may be just as well known for her advocacy of free love
African Agriculture: The Indian land grab in Africa
Joining the neo-colonial bandwagon, Indian companies are taking over agricultural land in African nations and exporting produced food at the cost of locals
According to figures provided by governments of various East African countries in 2010, more than 80 Indian companies have invested around $ 2.4 billion in buying or leasing huge plantations in Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Senegal and Mozambique to grow food grains and other cash crops for the Indian market.
African Agriculture: Africa succumbs to colonial-style land grab
It is being dubbed the second scramble for Africa: millions of acres of land are being snapped up by companies from Asia and the Middle East, our foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Rugman reports.
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