Monthly Archives: February 2011

CPRF Statement On Tunisia and Egypt

Recently Middle East has been rocked by the storms of public outrage.  President of Tunisia Ben Ali who turned the country into a public trough for his family and himself during a 23-year-rule has been forced to flee the country under the powerful popular pressure.
Social turmoil is raging today in the streets of the cities of Egypt. Far-reaching repercussions of these upheavals affect neighboring countries, i.e. in Jordan and Yemen. Public “street” being a substantial factor of the Middle East policy got us to listen to its strong voice.