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The electoral question in DRC and the links with state-building issues


Last week we got the result of UK elections. Theresa won 316 seats, Corbyn 261 seats. The mains political parties won the election. Some people think that this result means that the will of British peoples the Brexit is weaker. On which basis can we says that when we know that firstly Scottish
ornorthern Ireland people didn’t vote for Brexit but mainly English people. Secondly when we look at the figures of the past latest UK elections. We know that Theresa May lost her gamble to enlarge her majority in order to make Brexit inthe hard way.
Does that mean that Britons are changing their mind about Brexit? Maybe not. Maybe they are just seeking for a welfare state that will protect them from what they think it’s the most important for them. That why they bargain on Corbyn.Infact at which extend can we say that Britton want another policy for them. We saw also that in this election the Scottish Prime Minister Nicolas Sturgeon lose seats. Does that mean that the will of Scottish people to quit the UK is weaker or does that mean that they don’t trust in Sturgeon and want her to be strong and declare Independence of Scotland straight instead of losing time with this Brexit intrigue?

This election reminds us this aspiration of thepeopleto something good for them economically speaking, but also for something greater than them. Maybe this is the main fact that we have to learn about what is going on around the world since a couple of years.  Does the UK is in fact at the crossroad to be back as the main superpower of the world? Who is going to challenge that? Our geopolitical worlds seem to be caught in a net of crisis. Adding crisis on crisis.This election reminds us this aspiration of the people to something good for them economically speaking, but also for something greater than them. Maybe this is the main fact that we have to learn about what is going on around the world since a couple of years.  Does the UK is in fact at the crossroad to be back as the main superpower of the world? Who is going to challenge that? Our geopolitical worlds seem to be caught in a net of crisis. Adding crisis on crisis.

Saudi Arabia decided to make an embargo on Qatar in order to take complete controlon that country. They accused Qatar to support terrorism. Saudi Arabia get full support of the US at the moment and also the support of countries members of Gulf Council of Cooperation. Iran and Turkey are trying to help Qatar and Putin is also trying his best to solve this crisis. Now Saudi Arabia want to force country for Africa to back them in this story. What can we expect from this policy lead by Saudi Arabia? At least at themoment we can says that war is about to start in the middle-east. Maybe it is what they were looking from the beginning.   This election reminds us this aspiration of the people to something good for them economically speaking, but also for something greater than them. Maybe this is the main fact that we have to learn about what is going on around the world since a couple of years.  Does the UK is in fact at the crossroad to be back as the main superpower of the world? Who is going to challenge that? Our geopolitical worlds seem to be caught in a net of crisis. Adding crisis on crisis.

Saudi Arabia decided to make an embargo on Qatar in order to take complete controlon that country. They accused Qatar to support terrorism. Saudi Arabia get full support of the US at the moment and also the support of countries members of Gulf Council of Cooperation. Iran and Turkey are trying to help Qatar and Putin is also trying his best to solve this crisis. Now Saudi Arabia want to force country for Africa to back them in this story. What can we expect from this policy lead by Saudi Arabia? At least at themoment we can says that war is about to start in the middle-east. Maybe it is what they were looking from the beginning.

Hubert Mvogo, Die Bunten Plattform