A disgruntled Malian army has carried out popular instruction for it to oust President Boubackar Keita. The transition is a unique opportunity for progress.
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Human rights abuses in Zimbabwe are worsening. South Africa’s opposition leader, Julius Malema, and others have urged President Mnangagwa’s regime to stop the violations.
There have been protests in recent weeks asking for President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta to step down. More protests have been planned by the opposition.
Sudan is having a hard time making a democratic transition ever since Bashir was toppled. The U.S. is moving to stop Russia from derailing this process.
Cesar Chavez said we only have two weapons to defend ourselves; Huelga and Boycott. These too are the response to blasé to shared scrape.
Mali’s president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, is yet to escape the pressure on him to resign. The opposition has rejected all his recent concessions.
Malians recently took to the streets to ask President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita to resign. Clashes with authorities Friday led to one dead.
The people of Malawi fought hard to oust Peter Mutharika but Lazarus Chakwera who benefited from this movement has resorted to nepotism in appointments.
Common Cause Census & Mass Incarceration Project Manager, Keshia Morris Desir, released a statement in support of the Justice in Policing Act.
…[I]f the young marchers…cared about racism they’d tackle it at the institutional level: by helping people vote,…thus ensuring the non-racist party had a chance at power.