It all started last October 21 when the government of Burkina Faso, with a bill, attempted to transform Article 37 of the Constitution. The objective? To increase the number of presidential terms from two to three, so that the head of state in charge, Blaise Compaoré could recur in November of 2015. The Blaise Compaoré curriculum… Read More The Case of Burkina Faso: a Stimulus for Sleeping African Revolutions?
(Photo’s credits to tvnz.co.nz) By now the vast majority of the world is quite aware of the current financial status of the Greek state, and the enormous loans that they owe to the cartel of private banks that make up the European Central Bank and European States. On June 11th, one of the… Read More Democratic Debacle – Austerity Bites at Greece’s Public TV Network