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on social media by the gang $400.00 mobile zone, which is the criminal gained responsible for the kidnapping. now in that video, that was published on thursday, it appears to be a funeral of one of the members of the or of the criminal organization that was shot and killed by police. in that video, the leader of the gang address is arial henri, the prime minister of, of haiti, specifically saying that, say that quote, you have made me cry, tears, i will make you cry blood. now the leader of the gang also said that quote, he's willing to put a bullet in the heads of the 17 hostages. if his demands are not met those demands, of course, being $70000000.00. in exchange for the 17 hostages, tens of thousands of joined rival demonstrations in sudan as tensions grow over his political future. t gas was used and dispersed protest is trying to reach out to him who are calling for greater civilian control of the government. new zealand is
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prime minister, has strict a coven, 19 lockdown measures will be lifted once 90 percent of the country is fully vaccinated. so far around 70 percent of the country has received most places at a v o p. the government is carried out as strikes on the northern t gray region for the 3rd time this week. a military training center in the capitol mckayla was targeted. monday's air strike left at least 3 people dead. and the us house of representatives as a voted to hold donald trump's former allies the button in contempt of congress. this means he could face charges for refusing to corporate with the investigation into the storming of the capital in january. the former aid has ignored a subpoena from the select committee investigating the attack. those headlines, the news continues on our deserve. china has been very strategic in the way to expanding a switch in indian ocean. what is it?
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and we bring you the stories and development for the rapidly changing the world we live in without being national aid. what do you think is going to happen? the afghan economy? counting the coast on al jazeera. ah, all the news, you know, my journalistic camera. 44 years ago in 1985, i was appointed the most school bureau, chief of hungary and television. those were the board by 12 years. nobody at that time wanted to go to the soviet union. and when i
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came back home, communism was over in hungary. it was a completely new and strange world. the whole troops must be withdrawn for important that everybody in hungary had great expectations about democracy and about changing to capitalism. and at that time, hungary was in the forefront of the changes hungary and society created legislation. model type part is a new parliament elected by the people and old, all the institutions of democracy were billed when the bon government came to power. in my view it margaret a sharp change. ah,
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i would say it is much closer to dictatorship, where the exclusive only ideology is to retain power at whatever cost the oh yeah. the deal. yeah. any type of you know, when it gets to you and like lindsay and he sent horner for an auto renew load. i'm glad you buffet as the social guys asha was and made the donato we did as a frequency and got as if they get kind of i don't thing that week. total or band could be voted out of power. no prices is high enough. just he wants to be in power. that is his only goal in life. this is why i think he's so dangerous for
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getting democracy. the prime minister came to power for the 1st time, very young still in his thirty's, in 1998. when he lost the elections. i think he made the while to himself that he will never let go with the power to keep them keep us simple. denise, i mean the valley then. yeah. or bothered to lecture me was defeated in 2002. that the reason why he could lose the election because he didn't occupied the media. my a 2010 when finished came to flower with
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a 2 thirds majority. it meant that politically, he can do anything he wants because he had a full even constitutional, strong position in parliament. my daughter, my got off with. if you wanted, he could have introduced a kingdom in hunger because of the process you saw majors, you can override the constitution. you can change the, the card, the lower, you can do whatever you want. they changed it within 24 hours. so when he came to power in 2010, i think he had the strategic plan of not letting go for this power. and the more if you want to know that human rights respect or it's not for, for us, it's not just free year left, free and hunger. first before he occupied the institutional system, prosecutor's office. therefore, there can be no high level investigation started in government related corruption.
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and of course he needed to conquer the media because he understood that the media is the 4 key element of any democracy or power. the media with the central bank and many other bodies. so the so called independent institutions of brookfield lost their independence. it has, it really became a typical populace politician. i think the only thing that matters is himself were retaining power and making himself ready to reach. abraham lincoln once said mm, if you want to test a man's character, give him power. ah, it's important to recognize that democracy without constraint can be extremely dangerous. in some places what we've seen is a decay in those liberal rights. i'm without actually seeing an elimination of free
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and fair election. you're the, if you could get a blended though, i don't see them a little bit. i'm so finding dark, but in to go more systematic runway during most of modern history, up through the mid to late 20th century. the main way in which democracies died was through some kind of violent break with the past, you know, the military out on the street with the tags and the guns over throwing democratically elected government. these days, democracy doesn't die. suddenly it dies by a 1000 cuts. step by step and it dies silently and incrementally as elected leaders like victor, or bon and hungry. rather than autocrats violently over throwing democratic regimes . they come to power through the ballot box. and rather than ending free and fair
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elections, they gradually undermine the norms and institutions of democracy from with. and so what am i supposed to do with this is that sometimes citizens don't know exactly what's going on until you wake up one day and you're free press is gone. you wake up one day, the system looks the same, but deep down. the system has been turned inside out and transformed from an electron demarco into a competitive authoritarian regime. i think in the author an playbook, the 1st thing. what you have to do. if there are still elections is to change the information environment the news
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10 years ago when it got all bunk into the polar t v allies that he has to control the media. and they started to buy media outlets one by one. they have different tactics. if they can buy one, maybe they are buying. if they intimidate the other one, they are intimidating. and if they close one media, david, close it. so there is a pressure on us. but we have to be very careful, of course, and we have to be brave enough to support the pressure. ah, i was working for the largest daily newspaper at the time called hungarian nation on them. and 2 days after the election stay announced that the largest newspaper at the time we'll be closed. so we decided
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to estimate weekly magazine called hungary and voice he had no money. so we're starting from scratch. ready unfortunately in hungary it's nobody brave enough to print our newspaper. so i had to find. ready another option since the beginnings we are printing or newspapers in slow achia ah. 1 some of the retail chains are not brave enough to satellites. even the readers are not brave enough to be subscriber. even the market companies de monte national swans doesn't want to, to give advertising to us. because they are afraid to be punished. everybody has to deal with the government and they doesn't want to take
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a risk that's or last chance to remain journalist. if the boys will be closed, we have to leave the journalism and we have to find a new way of surviving. so we could be stopped at anytime by 2018, they created a huge government controlled media conglomerate off no less than $470.00 different media outlets. this foundation controls about 90 percent of the media, 90 percent of the audience. ah, this is a huge media machinery that allows the government to push its messages in
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a highly concentrated form, more changing the attitude through the information in narrative. and i think change the media landscape and change the electoral system. so that makes it easier for you to read in hungary, the official politics of the government, i think is quest versus theory. and it's really remarkable that leading government officials, including the prime minister himself, are spreading the dicker. ask once person curious. and if you are opening your mouth and criticizing the government, then you can easily find yourself in the very brutal and this honest this information can be they tried to silence. glad you're glad you wouldn't fit into this propaganda balloon. imagine that you spend a lot of time and money to build up a huge air balloon of propaganda and there is
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a little hole in it. you have to close it, you have to close. glad you're because glad you is the little hole. well, the truth comes out if you close your eyes and, and put aside your moral obligations or professional principles, you can continue working for, for the government media. but you will know that you are lying every day. oh it's also a term popu is other can be better describe this tribal politics because it's something and shock. hungary war bomb is rex's. going to lead that off? his tribe. there is nothing in between either your be us or a gas spouse. busy i think this is how the mccrass's start to die. that run,
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you just don't dare to open your mouth. i asked you to demonstrate that the government tag, shin, a feeling to be among so many people who what is i think remarkably unique into hunger rank is, is a door bound, could do it beads, almost no application of wireless and manually. this was just one of the towns where protest is reported to be shocked by the security services in mandalay. sometimes democracy fails. and i think this is an
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example now that just happened in burma because you have some power for actor external to the political system that doesn't want to allow democracy, that feels threatened by democracy. and i think that's what's happened recently with the military coup and me and mar, young gun shows police standing over the you have a narrow cabal of rulers, and they control armed force. they have a monopoly of force. now that they can suppress popular uprisings for change. ah, [000:00:00;00]
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ah, i was turning the midnight wine military coup with commander in charge of them at all, which is a military force all steamers. ah, i was shock for a whole day even we predicted them at all. we'll take over the control sooner or later. as i am an executive member of revolutionary democratic for me and my comrade stood at our conversation about how can we respond to the action. so i will
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move that does not supported or rely on any political parties or organizations. we walk on any parties who agreeing with our principles, such as abolishing the military region, abolishing 2008 constitution, which is the main pillar of military aging and achieving for democracy and free all political prisoners. i don't want to live and see our generation live under the dictatorship. i a i had that
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a little bit mine. ah, i was born and grew up in them at all military combat. as my father was a soldier who my father retired from military since 19991 on returned discrimination policy over race and religion announced and implemented within the middle. according to the policy, the military officers will not be promoted if he or she, if not by the end of that call. i only have iris fever. i mean, if you are being kitchen, korean chin, or other ethnics and christian muslim or other religious, your virus infect that person and
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a long in the society. me a great a whether the government is minor, a pc call to the major 30 people might have a question also. and fellows protecting the brutal a piece of damage or even at the international state and why the military wants to cool. it is clear, i don't expect that to, as i say, i roll through elect to real process, but you see be filled in both 20152020 election. and of course they are not happy with it. there are places in the world where the military is so powerful, it just doesn't seem to be willing to allow a democratic political system. the
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i think democracy stems from the innate desire of human beings for dignity, for respect, that comes with freedom and you can have freedom without democracy. in the absence of that, what is to protect you from a knock on the door in the middle of the night from the secret police, or just the police saying you've violated this law or that. and you're being taken away and then who will defend you? and who will protect you when everybody is living under the same fear a
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and i really hate it because the really to read it, they hope at the 50 of to put it a blog like the military guys did read it play hopes and he did okay. just my wife and my brother since then, like we locate him back in different places, a demo
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with with hi hedge, felicia or both cooper due to your family. so i just called because i knew that they would look for me but i keep holding it different activity afoot like a failure to be screwed for with my motorcycle group. we don't know what to do and we don't know we're going to have, if we do have it with me
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doing to deal with
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with the the the ah,
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independent minded people are dangerous for any dictator. this is why they try to eradicate them both in stylings, russia, or soviet union in hitler's nazi germany. the same was under cut, duffy in libya. the same happened in romania and nikolai chesko and it's happening now in neon mark. i haven't seen anything better than democracy. ah, if you turn the question around, you see what the lack of democracy causes in human history, mass killings, oppression, poverty. so where are we heading? ah, what we are leaving behind for children. this is or duty to bring the bow all the day that come on guys,
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we are heading into the wrong direction. assassination is dissident, destabilizing the democratic process. you will use it. it will be a loss for holding a documentary explorer. how autocratic leaders undermine democracy to consolidate their power through the eyes of those who dare to stand and defy it. our country deserves so much better than being ruled by a cleft aquatic dictatorship, opposing autocracy. democracy may be on al jazeera, with the conflict between the se, okay, and government and the regional take great people's liberation front has kill thousands and internally displaced more than 2000000 over the past 7 month. 350000 people in the region are facing famine, according to the united nation, which says that starvation is being used as a weapon for those who managed to cross the border,
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say it's not because conditions have improved back home. they say to grants, continue to be targeted because of the in many a prophecies are being reported. all they come seeking refuge conditions. here are off of idea in india, sugar growing region. the 3rd athena workers have had the winds in 11 east investigates. why so many women having invasive surgery? oh, now does it lead new is a popular filming location in france, when it comes to stories about drugs, crime and radicalization. tired of negative stereotype, youth worker busy, and dewey is reclaiming its image by putting its young residence behind the camera . the stories be don't often hear told by the people who live them
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newly would. this is europe and out of the around ah, o l g a national chapel? ah haiti's national police chief resigns, the med rising and go over the worsening security situation and the abduction that christian missionaries. ah. and i why money and saw you this is out. is there a lie from doha also coming up here. crowds march 30 to dawn's capital is rival groups make different demands over the countries future or may trump ally steve


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