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Arab Nations Must Voice Aspirations: Ex-MP

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TEHRAN, Feb 21 (ICANA) – Bahraini anti-government protesters sleep outside their tents at Pearl Square in capital Manama, Bahrain, Monday, February 21, 2011.
Monday, February 21, 2011 10:01:12 PM
Arab Nations Must Voice Aspirations: Ex-MP
Arab regimes hit by pro-democracy uprisings require self-reforming techniques promoting freedom of expression and association, a political analyst has said. “When we have freedom of expression, this means that we can voice our aspirations, our claims, and our demands more regularly,” former Syrian Member of Parliament George Jabour told Press TV. “When we have freedom of association, we have parties, we have societies, and we have associations, more or less carrying the burden of presenting our demands in a rather peaceful manner to the government,” he further explained. Jabour maintains that the phenomena we are currently witnessing in the Arab world have common “ingredients” which constitute the uprisings. “The economic crisis, the alliance between the ruling elite and capitalism, and on the other hand, the poverty of the masses make ingredients for the uprisings that we are witnessing in the Arab countries,” he added. The Libyan regime under the long-time rule of Muammar Gaddafi has brutally cracked down on anti-government protesters, firing on them with machine guns, as well as sniper rifles, killing at least 233 people, with some reports saying as many as 300. Also, in Bahrain, the pro-democracy uprising against King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah has entered its ninth day, with thousands of protesters camped out at Pearl Square in the capital, Manama. Reports say at least 80 people, including women and children, have been injured in clashes between police and protesters during the latest rally.
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