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Volume :31 Issue : 2 2003      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Democratic Principales in Naseri Discourse

Auther : Jamal Al-Shalabi

 

Is political democracy in the Arab World attainable and can a minimal level of social justice be achieved without compromising social injustice? Is it possible to establish such a democracy in the absence of a state economy that acknowledges personal property and plans to build an efficient public sector serving the majority of the population? Nasser’s experience in this field can be considered one of the most recent Arab experiments that have sought to answer the above-mentioned questions through its own political theory, particularly through the discourse of Nasser himself and his political regime a regime that lasted from 1952 to 1970. The importance of this study lies in its attempt to interpret democracy as a concept reflected in Nasser’s discourse which represents a wholly new Arab experience. The study also seeks to analyze the main elements of Nasser’s speeches, delivered or written or disseminated through the mass media. This study hopes to shed light on a significant topic at a time when many concepts economic, social and political are in mutual conflict under the slogan of globalization.

Keywords: Democracy, Nasirism, Discourse, State economy, Class struggle, Public sector, Public ownership, Private ownership, Social justice, Capital.

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