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· April, 2009

Stories about Digital Activism from April, 2009

St. Lucia: Ideas on the Strike

Czech Republic: Blog Roundup

Brazil: Fly me to the moon with public money

Another scandal has taken the Brazilian blogosphere by storm – it has come to light that public money is being used to fund holidays abroad for parliament members and their...

Cuba: Strike of the Period?

Haiti, U.S.A.: TPS for Haitians

Trinidad & Tobago: Re-engineering

Fiji's expats create democratic movement

A group of ethnic Fijians living in Australia pledged support for Fiji’s return to democracy and called on Australia’s and New Zealand’s governments to apply more political and economic pressure...

Russia: Baymurat (aka Jimmy) Singing Bollywood Song

Madagascar : Transitional government is trampling on freedom of speech

A series of unfortunate decisions taken by the Andry TGV Rajoelina, High Authority for the Transition (HAT) government--the violent arrest of a protester and the shutdown or intimidation of radio...

Brazil: Judges quarrel live on TV and scandalize the country

The live broadcast of a fight between two judges of the Brazilian Supreme Court (STF) has scandalized Brazilians and excited the blogosphere and social networks across the country.

Russia: New Blog

Taiwan: “Luc Besson, you find the wrong guy”

Belarus: LiveJournal Blogosphere

Puerto Rico: Indigenous Summit

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: Summit Summary

Cuba: Female Political Prisoner Released

Barbados: Waiting on the Verdict

Russia: Weekly News and New Blogs

Ukraine: Bulgakov Museum's Blog

Moldova: If Voronin Had A Twitter

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