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  • The National Liberation Front : A Plan Of The Investigation

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    A: Plan of the Investigation In 1979 the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) took power in Nicaragua. The emancipation and equality of women was one of the party’s goals. The investigation will examine women’s societal position before the FSLN overthrew the Samoza dictatorship and to what extent their rule improved said position. In turn, that improvement will be examined through women’s involvement outside the home, primarily in conjunction with the FSLN, and to what extent that involvement

  • The Aryan National Liberation Front

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    Arthur “Buzz” Hirsch, a St. Joseph News-Press reporter, conducted a background investigation on the Aryan National Liberation Front (ANLF). This group is one of white supremacist and anti-government ideology. This group, according to confidential sources, is involved in harassment and tax evasion. Two incidents, a bombing on February 12th (which two men have been arrested for) and a shooting that took place on March 10th, are believed to be connected to the ANLF. However, a confidential sources

  • The Moro National Liberation Front

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    establishment of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). MNLF sought to establish an autonomous Muslim region within the country. (Fowler, 2011) MNLF used guerilla style tactics against the country for several years before agreeing to a ceasefire with the Philippine government in 1976. (Fowler, 2011) As with many ceasefire agreements not everyone within the group was in favor of the deal therefore resulting in members establishing a separate group known as the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) which established

  • The War Of National Liberation Front Of Algeria

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    Israeli freedom fighters (or terrorists), British backers in SOE had been ordered by prime minister Winston Churchill to "set Europe ablaze" they weren`t terrorist but freedom fighters. Their work of sabotage and ambush was a tactic of a war of national liberation. This was the justification used after the war by many anticolonial movements, like the Viet minh against French rule in Vietnam. They were supplied to fight to fight the Japanese later, after 1945, the

  • Political Structure Of The Government

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    majority vote through a two-round system[.]) The Council of the Nation has 96 members who are elected through an electoral college, while 48 members are appointed by the President. They serve 6 years regardless of if they’re elected or appointed. The National People’s Assembly (APN) is filled by a closed-list proportional representation system. Members of the APN serve in 5 year terms (IFES).   Political Parties For much of its inception, the FLN maintained political dominance in Algeria. In fact, the

  • Algeria After Independence Essay

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    After independence (1962-1999) The Evian Accords which were signed in 1962 giving Algeria immediate independence and French aid to help reconstruct the country. The French Sahara with its oil resources was also handed over to Algeria. In return the FLN guaranteed protection and civil rights for the French Algerians choosing to remain in the country, and the option of choosing either French or Algerian nationality after three years. Eight years of war had shattered Algeria. There had been more than

  • The Arab Region

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    The Arab region has a conspicuous dilemma regarding countries’ inability to develop into democratic nations. One would expect that because of historical events and transformations in government policies that at least a few of the Arab nations would emerge as democracies. And yet, none have been able to do so. There are several factors that may cause this democracy deficit in the region, but one must realize that every country has its own specific and unique case. Arab countries of the Middle East

  • Changes in Algerian Foreign Policy Under Bouteflika's Leadership

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    When Bouteflika became President in 1999, there were no indications that the Algerian foreign policy would undergo any change. Alexis Arieff’s assumption that: “The legacy of Algeria’s anti-colonial struggle contributes to Algerian leaders’ desire to prevent direct foreign intervention, their residual scepticism of French intentions, and Algeria’s positions on regional affairs, including a non-interventionist stance” (1) was an anticipation that no far reaching variations in the Algerian foreign

  • Sandion, Nicaragua Conflict

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    and are limited in their development. This will be to analyze the case of Nicaragua, where Sandino was a critical piece representing a key to liberation and democracy in their country, in addition to being a hero to the entire population. As time and watch the victories of Sandino, Nicaragua was formed within the Sandinista National Liberation Front, which greatly confused many people because taking as reference to Sandino in its ideology. That's why today’s confused society between Sandino and

  • Democracy And The Anc Of South Africa

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    Democracy and The ANC “We the people of South Africa, recognise the injustices of our past; Honour those who suffered for justice and freedom in our land; Respect those who have worked to build and develop our country; and Believe that South Africa belongs to all who live in it, united in our diversity. We therefore, through our freely elected representatives, adopt this constitution as the supreme law of the Republic…” (Preamble to the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996). South