Dissident en las noticias
Publicaciones y oraciones de ejemplo
· 'Cancel culture' censorship can be most dangerous for those who promote social justice →
Throughout U.S. history and around the world in places such as China, Turkey and Iran, it is dissidents, minorities and government critics who have been most vulnerable absent robust free speech protections.
· Hollywood actors, renowned writers urge Egypt to free activist →
Egypt has targeted dissidents with a persistent crackdown since then armed forces chief Sisi toppled Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
The New York Times
· Behrouz Boochani Just Wants to Be Free →
Boochani had been an Iranian dissident and a boat person; a detainee and a refugee.
· Rajasthan government crisis: To begin dialogue, Congress sets this one condition for rebel Sachin Pilot camp →
The Rajasthan’s ruling Congress has offered to hold dialogue with the dissident party MLAs led by former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot.
· Hottest front-room seats: the best theatre and dance to watch online →
Debut playwright Gerry Moynihan’s 2017 modern-day production Continuity, starring Paul Kennedy as a dissident Irish Republican, is online until the end of the year.
· Embracing the Compromises of Political Giants →
The killing of the journalist Lyra McKee by dissident Republicans in Hume’s Derry last year raised concerns that a new generation of terrorists had emerged in the ungoverned space left by the loss of this older generation.
· Ashok Gehlot seeks CBI, ED raids against Union Minister Gajendra Shekhawat →
The Rajasthan chief minister also rejected the claim of dissident Congress MLAs that their work was not being done.
· WhatsApp spyware attack: senior clergymen in Togo among activists targeted →
But once he realised it was genuine, he described the use of spyware against dissidents as “dangerous for our freedoms and for democracy”.
The Japan Times
· How Tokyo sees Pompeo’s ‘Communist China’ speech →
Modernizing China: In his speech, Pompeo recognized “brave Chinese dissidents” Wang Dan, who “was a key student who has never stopped fighting for freedom for the Chinese people” and Wei Jingsheng, who “is the father of the Chinese democracy movement.” Both men were present in the audience.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Exclusive: Wanted by Beijing, activist in-exile Wayne Chan says he won’t stop fighting for Hong Kong independence →
They wouldn’t mind doing it again.” He cited the disappearance of Swedish national and dissident bookseller Gui Minhai, who vanished from Thailand only to reappear in the mainland where he was jailed for 10 years under China’s security law.