Al-Wefaq Hopes His Holiness the Pope Undertakes Initiative for Serious Dialogue between Regime and People
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society expressed its hope that His Holiness the Pope undertakes a humanitarian initiative and adopts a call for serious dialogue between the regime and the people, noting that the country lacks true tolerance.
Bahraini Government Ironically Calls on Iraqis for National, Inclusive Dialogue
The Bahraini authorities have called on the Iraqi forces and parties to hold an inclusive national dialogue to resolve the internal crisis. This comes from a government that does not know how to use diplomacy and dialogue to resolve its intractable issues.
Al-Wefaq Calls on Authority to Launch Genuine and Comprehensive Dialogue that Moves Bahrain to New Stage
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society called for the launch of a serious and comprehensive dialogue between the government and the opposition that would lead to solutions to the problems of the nation within the framework of a comprehensive national project.
Protestors: Manama Dialogue "Lie", Regime Only Knows Language of Oppression
Dozens of citizens protested southeast of the capital, Manama, to call on senior participants in Manama Dialogue to stop support for the Bahraini government.
BCHR Calls on Authorities to Release Political Prisoners, Start Constructive National Dialogue
"The release of political prisoners is the necessary first step to pave the way for a constructive national dialogue that brings together all parties and lays the foundation for a new era in Bahrain, and today's Eid is an ideal time for such a step," said Nedal Al-Salman, president of Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR).
Former Bahraini MP Ali Alaswad: Deficient Democracy in Bahrain: Between Dream of People's Sovereignty and Unilateral Decision-Making
The political experience in many Middle Eastern countries, including the Gulf states, is still growing towards maturity or is still far from the idea upon which democracy was built in developed countries, as individual or family rule is prevalent and there is no place for political partnership in governance.
Ali Alaswad: European Parliament Calls on Bahraini Authorities to Carry out Urgent Reforms
Ten years following the eruption of the peaceful uprising in Bahrain, the European Parliament offers a chance to resolve the crisis and the opposition is adopting it, but will the authorities in Manama take this opportunity? Perhaps there are other questions, but the major question remains: Will the international community be able to make real sustainable change? This is the most significant issue worthy of attention at the moment by both the authorities and the opposition.
Al-Wefaq Speech to the G-20 Summit in Saudi Arabia
Al-Wefaq Society sent a letter to the G-20 summit, which kicked off on Saturday, November 21, under the presidency of Saudi Arabia, in which it confirmed to the participants of the summit the need to form common ground in Bahrain and seek a solution for the political crisis in Bahrain.
Why Bahrain Should Start Urgent Political Reform
No more time can be wasted, as the whole world is moaning under the weight of the next economic recession caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. The wealthiest countries in the Gulf are beginning to recalculate and balance their budgets, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE. What is Bahrain's status?
Ammar Al-Hakim Meets Bahraini Ambassador, Stresses on Meeting Bahraini People's Legitimate Demands
Sayyed Ammar al-Hakim said he stressed on necessity to solve all issues in Bahrain through dialogue.
UN: Secretary-General Urges Bahraini Gov’t to Take Measures to Foster Political Dialogue & Comply with HR
The United Nations News Centre published a report about a phone call between the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa, explaining that Ban urged the Bahraini Government to “take further measures to foster peaceful political dialogue amongst all Bahrainis.”
Wa’ad Calls for Serious Dialogue to End Crisis
SummaryBahrain Mirror: The National Democratic Action Society “Wa'ad” said that adhering to the security solution has led Bahrain to the crisis it is witnessing now, stressing that it is time to enter in the political solution that makes the country avoid the consequences of the crisis.
John Kerry: We Encourage Bahraini King to Engage in Reconciliation Process
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The US Secretary of State John Kerry said he discussed with his Bahraini counterpart Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa the internal challenges of reconciliation and the process of trying to bring people together in Bahrain.
US Secretary of State Calls for Reconciliation between Bahraini Opposition & Regime
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The US Secretary of State John Kerry called for reconciliation in Bahrain between the opposition and regime stressing that he is looking forward to visiting the ally kingdom that has been witnessing unrests since 2011.
US Embassy Condemns Karana Blast: Dialogue Is Only Way Forward for All Bahrainis
Bahrain Mirror: The United States condemned in the strongest terms Friday night’s bombing (August 28, 2015) in Bahrain’s Karana and said that dialogue is the only way forward for all Bahrainis to achieve their legitimate aspirations.
Hezbollah Secretary General: Bahrain Should Start Dialogue with Opposition to Ward Off ISIS Threats
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Hezbollah Secretary-General, Sayed Hassan Nasrallah criticized the Bahraini regime for attempting to take advantage of the threats of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) in order to have more control and cause more suppression instead of calling for a national dialogue.