The case for reforms in Bahrain
The case for reforms in BahrainWe’ll examine the prospects for meaningful change in the country.
Is reconciliation in Bahrain still possible?
Can the release of Nabeel Rajab from prison and human rights activist Abdul Hadi Al-Khawaja ending his 110-day hunger strike be seen as positive signs for renewed dialogue?
The government says it is committed to reforms, but crackdowns on protestors continue. So how can both sides establish mutual trust? And what are the steps needed to pave the way forward?
In this episode of The Stream, we speak with Nabeel Rajab, director of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights; Matar Matar, former MP and Al-Wefaq Representative; and Fahad Albinali, media spokesperson at the Information Affairs Authority.
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