Link to this page: http://www.socialistparty.org.uk/issue/658/11181

From The Socialist newspaper, 16 February 2011

Egypt: What next after the overthrow of mubarak?

Following the dramatic overthrow of both the Tunisian and Egyptian dictators, protest movements have spread throughout the Middle East and North Africa as the working and poor masses seek to remove repressive regimes. In Iran, Bahrain, Algeria and elsewhere, as well as across the world, workers and youth are drawing lessons and ideas from the events.

Mubarak's removal, and the attempt by the military high command to safeguard the essence of both the old system and capitalism, has naturally sparked off a lively debate in Egypt on what should happen next. In these discussions the Committee for a Workers' International, the world socialist organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated, is arguing for:

Why not click here to join the Socialist Party, or click here to donate to the Socialist Party.


In The Socialist 16 February 2011:


Anti-cuts campaign

Join the fightback against cuts!

Labour councillors' arguments refuted at People's Convention

The Tories and the City

Hundreds pack into Liverpool meeting against cuts

Private tenants are the poor relations in housing

News in brief


International socialist news and analysis

Egypt: What next after the overthrow of mubarak?

Egypt - the revolution must go on

Hopes and fears in the upcoming Irish election: Socialist Party support increasing amongst working class


Workplace news and analysis

Defending jobs in South Wales

Portsmouth anti-cuts campaign presents an alternative

Rawmarsh teachers' action wins reprieve

No to Cutts!

UCU members prepare for battle on pensions and pay

Defend the Four!

Workplace news in brief


Campaigns

Greenwich marches against brutal council cuts

Worcester: end the cuts and the coalition!

Reject 'TINA'- fight for socialism

Action across the country - fighting all council cuts


Marxist analysis: history

Britain 1911-1914: The great unrest - lessons for today


Socialist Students

Tuition fees increase spells misery for students: Build a united fightback!


Socialist Party reviews

Construction Safety Campaign

Mark Thomas: Extreme rambling


 

Facebook   Twitter



Home   |   The Socialist 16 February 2011   |   Join the Socialist Party

Subscribe   |   Donate   |   Bookshop






Join the Socialist Party Join us today!

Printable version Printable version

Facebook   Twitter



Related links:

Egypt:

triangle125 years of May Day: Learn lessons of past struggles

triangleRCT/Caerphilly Socialist Party: Where now for Egypt?

triangleThe Square: bravery and disappointment in Egypt

triangleEgypt referendum: no enthusiasm for new constitution

triangleEgypt: al-Sisi's military tightens its grip on power

Socialist:

triangleLiverpool fans walk out against ticket price hikes

triangleBirmingham: socialists kicked out of Momentum

triangleLack of strategy - and exclusions - threaten Momentum

triangleSanders' socialist message rattling the establishment

Revolution:

triangleNew wave of protests in Tunisia

triangleBristol South Socialist Party: The German revolution

triangleVictor Jara's revolutionary life, poetry and politics

Parliament:

triangleThem & Us

triangleNo government majority as Podemos partially recovers

International

International

10/2/16

Africa

International news in brief

10/2/16

US

Sanders' socialist message rattling the establishment

3/2/16

Japan

Japan: The failure of 'Abenomics'

3/2/16

CWI

CWI world congress success

27/1/16

Tunisia

New wave of protests in Tunisia

27/1/16

India

India: student death exposes caste oppression

20/1/16

Abortion

Northern Ireland: Defy anti-abortion laws

20/1/16

China

China: Financial turmoil spreads fear across global markets

20/1/16

USA

USA: Fight the billionaire class!

13/1/16

Germany

Sexual assaults in Cologne exploited by racist establishment and far right

13/1/16

Honduras

Honduras: Day of the endangered lawyer

13/1/16

Middle East

Saudi Arabia mass executions

6/1/16

Spain

No government majority as Podemos partially recovers

15/12/15

Seattle

Seattle: Union rights for taxi drivers

9/12/15

Belgium

Belgium - party congress success

triangleMore International articles...

triangle11 Feb Public meetings show readiness of workers to fight back

triangle10 Feb Lack of strategy - and exclusions - threaten Momentum

triangle10 Feb Doctors' strike 10th February - photos and reports

triangle10 Feb No-cuts strategy needed to save 25,000 council jobs

triangle10 Feb South London: Library workers strike to save services

triangle10 Feb Cameron's EU renegotiation charade

triangle9 Feb Labour right wing blocks call to debate budget cuts

More ...

triangle13 Feb Socialist Students conference

triangle13 Feb Barking & Dagenham Socialist Party: The Matchgirls' strike and the birth of general trade unions

triangle15 Feb Leeds Socialist Party: Sanders, Trump, and the US elections

triangle16 Feb Plymouth Socialist Party: Democratic Centralism

More ...

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Find us on Facebook

Archive

Categories

1-9 

1-9 


Archives:

February 2016

January 2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

Legal

SP RSS feed RSS

Platform setting: = No platform choice