Search: Corruption,Protests (3 materials)

How Trump is Changing Iran from the Inside

... was the conservatives who instigated the demonstrations in Mashhad in December 2017 that proved to be the spark for the winter protests. The initiative quickly escalated out of control and turned into the largest unrest the country had seen in years, leading ... ... the nuclear deal are the ones prepared to take such decisive steps. These policies include the President’s attempts to fight corruption, take certain financial assets away from military and state organizations, and make the system as a whole more transparent....

09.07.2018

Moldova: As Pavel Filip Forms Cabinet, the Opposition Unites in Protest

... On the other hand, following the pattern of the Ukrainian revolution, the opposition insists on prioritizing elimination of corruption and oligarchy, personified by Vlad Plahotniuc, whose fault for the banking system ruin has not so far been susceptible ... ... Security Council meeting. At the same time, severe criticism of power by the pro-Russian parties and their numerous acts of protests testify to the revolutionary stance of the opposition. This accounts for the uncompromising nature of their demands. ...

27.01.2016

Brazil: Political Crisis and Hunger for Change?

In April 2015 Dilma Rousseff marked the first 100 days of her second term as President of Brazil. This date, which is traditionally regarded as quite significant for Heads of State, took place amidst escalating corruption scandals, mass protests by civil society, a deteriorating economic situation and worsening disagreements within the ruling coalition. The growing instability is giving rise to uncertainty about the political situation. Grounds for social protests In March - April 2015,...

06.05.2015

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