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Opening of the 1st regular session of parliament at the National Assembly
The first regular session of parliament for the years 2008-2009, at the National Assembly was opened Monday morning in Nouakchott under the chairmanship of the 1st vice president of the chamber, Mr El Arbi. Ould Jiddeine
Opening of the first regular parliamentary session 2008-2009
The first regular parliamentary session 2008-20009 in the Senate was opened Monday under the chairmanship of Mr. Mamadou Ba said M'BAR president of the chamber in the presence of several members of the government.
A group of parliamentarians withdrew from the party "Adel"
A group of members of the National Party for Democracy and Development (PNDD-Adel) announced their withdrawal of this political formation.
PARLIAMENT: Closing of the 2nd ordinary session in both chambers
The second ordinary session of Parliament was closed Friday in both chambers.
Mauritania becomes Africa's democracy pioneer
'Do not judge me by what I say, but by what I do,' new military ruler Ely Ould Mohammed Vall said - and indeed, Mauritania's three million residents and the rest of the world were in for a surprise. In a development which observers describe as highly unusual for Africa and the Arab world, the military junta of the north-west African Islamic republic Sunday wrapped up a string of elections aimed at handing power over to civilians
Mauritania : a small country gives a big lesson in democracy
Abstract : America is feeling the full impact of the absurd theories of its neo-conservatives, playing like the sorcerer’s apprentice with international relations, who hoped to force the creation of a “Great Middle East” by imposing an imaginary democracy on Iraq. And yet at the same time, a small Islamic country is going through a gentle revolution by which it is proving to those sceptics who doubted it, that democracy can be “grafted” onto a nation whose legislation is largely based on Islamic dogma - but that the operation is always much more successful when it is wanted by the people
Mauritania gets a taste of democracy
Over two decades of authoritarian rule ended overnight in Mauritania. The Saharan nation saw lengthy queues at polling stations for the first election since the overthrow of Maaouya Ould Taya. Taya was president of Mauritania from 1984 until overthrown 21 years later. A military junta has ruled since then and Mauritanian citizens are now finally enjoying the chance to choose their own government.
The Mauritanian experience
Did you see the news ?? Did you watch what is going Mauritania.This Arabic African who many don't know that it is member in the Arab League ,which is usually mentioned in Egyptian Newspapers as some sort of villain Arabic country that has strong relations with Israel and America , strangely we have even stronger relations with Israel and America !!!
Mauritania creates presidential party amid opposition protests
A congress of pro-presidential independent deputies and representatives of small political parties established the National Party for Democracy and Development (PNDD) on Saturday (January 5th) in Nouakchott, local media reported. The PNDD national Council has 255 members and is chaired by Yahya Ould Ahmed al-Waqf, Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Republic.




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