Tag Archives: Algeria

Africa & Covid-19: Capitalism driving a continent into the abyss

By Serge Jordan, International Socialist Alternative (the international socialist organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated to) The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown into sharp relief the profound social inequalities prevailing under modern capitalism. Nowhere more than in Africa. The Global Health Security (GHS) Index is a measured assessment of 195 countries’ capacity and readiness to face outbreaks of infectious ...

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North Africa and the Revolutionary Processes in Algeria and Sudan

Resolution approved by CWI International Executive Committee By bringing down two long-standing dictators within a week in April of this year, the revolutionary uprisings in Algeria and Sudan have confirmed the analysis made by the CWI eight years ago, while stunning most bourgeois scholars and commentators. At the time, we explained that the revolutions initiated in Tunisia and Egypt were ...

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Algeria in Revolt

By Myriam Poizat On February 22, Algerian president Bouteflika’s announcement to stand for a fifth term in office sparked protests of anger across the country. Millions of students walked out on the streets of Algeria, and triggered what became the beginning of a mass movement for democracy and workers’ rights. Workers move into action In March, workers from sectors including ...

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