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But the crisis confronting Macron speaks also to wider issues of disaffection and turmoil in Europe, from austerity to Brexit When Macron came to power he was lauded as the scourge of populism.
As for the leader in the party, Nooman Al Euch party, he spoke of "broken promises in many sectors, which led to a regression of development indicators that also affected the governorate of Sfax because of the slump in industrial areas and markets, the disaffection of investors due to corruption, parallel trade and smuggling."
In the pseudo democracies, (all of Africa and South America and most of Asia), some of which are candid autocracies (China, Vietnam, Libya, Iraq, etc.), social tensions are intense, but social disaffection hardly does anything against the government's firepower.
As many, particularly the poor, have come to associate Kemalism and secular ideologies with repression, so they have often looked to religious parties to express their disaffection. Parties deemed "Islamist" have been shut down either by the military or by the constitutional court--a process that has only strengthened support.
It describes their dealings with gangsters, policing opposition, anti-Semitic policing, the hunt for German spies, the operation to evacuate the Vieux Quartiers to be destroyed by Nazis, disaffection and unreliability in the police ranks, their resistance to forced labor schemes for Germany, parallel policing operations during occupation, their state of mind just before liberation, and the state of the police after liberation.
But some West Ham supporters have never taken to Big Sam and make their disaffection known at every opportunity.
Emwasi cannot claim, despite the best efforts of his apologists CAGE, that he had a poor upbringing which led to his disaffection with Western society.
Academic engagement was found to be negatively related to burnout (Salanova, Schaufeli, Martinez, & Breso, 2010), disengagement (Martin, 2008; Martin, Anderson, Bobis, Way, & Vellar, 2012) or disaffection (Skinner, Furrer, Marchand, & Kinderman, 2008; Skinner et al., 2009).
We are being condemned to having to pay FULL-time Bills for PART-time work - a recipe for long-term poverty and disaffection.
The 24 laws include those enacted way back in 1914 (Destructive Insects and Pests Act) and 1922 (Police -- Incitement to Disaffection Act) also.
Baghdad (NINA) - Lawmaker from the State of Law Alliance, Fatima al-Zirqani, said that, "The upcoming visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Erbil affirms that the Kurds and Kurdistan Region are inseparable part of Iraq." In a statement to the press on Friday, June 7, Zirqani said that Miliki's visit to Erbil is going to refute all recent allegations that problems between the Federal Government and the Government of Kurdistan Region are unsolvable, and there is disaffection between the two governments.
Lot No.1 VRD including work Demolitions, disaffection networks, earthworks, roads, sidewalks, access, plots, drainage and storm water sewage, drinking water, electricity, telecommunications, gas, masonry, engineering buried columns, furniture, signage.