Paul Lachine

L'islam et le printemps

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PARIS – On a beaucoup parlé, l'année dernière et au début de cette année, des « printemps arabes ». En effet, en Tunisie, en Égypte et en Libye, des manifestations de rues, très peu sinon pas du tout préparées, avaient provoqué la chute de trois anciennes dictatures fatiguées. L'exigence de démocratie était manifeste mais nul ne savait quelles forces, quelles institutions ni quelles procédures allaient y pourvoir.

L'espoir cependant était très fort, tellement l'événement était nouveau, imprévisible et puissant.

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