Protests, by Jorge Dezcallar

A study by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and Columbia University concludes that, between 2006 and 2020, protests have tripled in the developed world and also in the countries where the Arab Spring started, where they still continue in Algeria, Tunisia or Sudan. Algerians have been demonstrating on Fridays for more than a year and have achieved the downfall of Buteflika, but still not the democracy they want and that Tunisians apparently have plenty of, who take to the streets to support the semi-coup d’état given by the president himself, while in Sudan the protesters are losing their chances of the military returning to civilians the power that was taken from them a month ago.

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