The Specificity of Governance in Kabylie Challenge and Perspectives
US (TAMURT) – A live debate on Pressenza IDA (international news agency) will be held on Thursday, October 1st at 2:00 p.m. (US) and 7:00 p.m. (Kabylia). The topics to be discussed will revolve around the challenges and perspectives of the Kabyle on the way to their freedom. It will be a question of politics, economics, education, secularism, the history of Kabylia and the harmful effects of Islamism and the Algerian regime on the existence of the Kabylian people. Rachid Ait Ali Oukaci, Kabyle activist, and Lyazid Abid, URC spokesman, will be the guests of human rights activist Rabah Arkam for a good hour of discussion and debate in front of an English-speaking audience.
Kabylia is located in North Africa between the sea and the mountains. It is known for its natural resources, bodies of water, oaks, cedars and olive trees … Kabylia consists primarily of men and women who have nourished its identity through generations and their youth, vital, cosmopolitan and curious makes it the jewel of the continent .
The Kabyles have always vigorously resisted numerous colonizations: today Roman, Byzantine, Spanish, Arabic, French and Algerian.
Since 1962, Kabylia has been misled by pseudo-sovereignty. From then on, it became the focus of the Amazigh claim across North Africa. His references are neither east nor west. She takes them out of her own sociology and history by referring to a system of ancestral values (code of honor) by writing poems, songs and their dynamics. Unfortunately, the Algerian regime is trying to expose it to Islamism and Arabism through its school, mosques and the repression of its security forces.
Today the Kabyle people are aware that the economic development of Kabylia is within reach, provided they reconnect with themselves, with their ethnolinguistic specificity and their own governance in a sovereign manner. With its natural resources and industrial and economic potential, it can ensure its own development and contribute decisively to the development of other peoples of Algeria by reconciling them with themselves before fully entering into progress and modernity.