“EGYPT AND tunisia – The Future of Middle East and the Muslim World”

The Future of Middle East and the Muslim World”
. Monday, 14th February 2011 – 8.30pm –10.30pm.De Palma Hotel, Ampang
The end to the political crisis in Egypt and Tunisia represents another symbol of triumph for the movement of the people’s power. The recent event which would have a spectacular effect on the political milieu in the region serves as a fresh and cold test for the people of Egypt and Tunisia to decide for themselves a representative government that would embody the spirit of democracy as well as encouraging towards it. For decades, the people of Egypt and Tunisia had been ruled under a dominating and tyrant-like leader which had total control over the judiciary, legislative and of course, the executive. Economic malaise persists with high unemployment, food price inflation and low minimum wages. The fall of tyranny in Tunisia and Egypt opens up the opportunity for further democratization in the region and this poses considerable challenges to the largely Muslim countries in the region. Hence, this forum aims to discuss the future of the Middle East and the Muslim World in regards on the further democratization of the region and on the role of the United States in mediating the balance of power in the Middle East region.
RIGHTS (Regional Initiatives for Governance and Social Justice) and KeADILan International cordially invite you to a discussion on the recent political upheaval in the Middle East region which is titled “Egypt and Tunisia – The Future of the Middle East and the Muslim World” Monday, 14th February 2011 from 8.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. at the De Palma Hotel, Ampang.
We believe that you will find the exchanges to be interesting and illuminating. We appreciate your cooperation by responding to this invitation by Monday, 14th February 2011 before 5.00 p.m. Should you require further information on this programme, please do not hesitate to contact me at yusmadi.yusoff@gmail.com or our Administrative Associate Zulsalehin via email at rights.ent@gmail.com.
We look forward to welcoming you at the forum.
Many thanks
Yours sincerely,
Yusmadi Yusoff MP
KeADILan International

8.00pm Registration and welcoming coffee
8.30pm Welcoming Address
Fahda Nur A. Kamar
RIGHTS: Regional Initiatives for Governance, Human Rights and Social Justice
9.00pm Panel Discussion Session
Main Speaker:
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim
Former Deputy Prime Minister
Leader of Opposition Malaysia
Dr Hassan Hasyatani
Director, Zentrum Future Studies
Haekal Talib
Research Analyst, CPPS
Yusmadi Yusoff
Member of Parliament
Chairman of KeADILan International
10.00 pm: Q&A Session
10.30 pm: End of Discussion Session

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