Concept Of Political Violence

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The political violence may start from political parties outside power, which join forces, to form a strong opposition against the ruling party and demand its political rights, such as power sharing or acquisition. The government aims to resist these political groups with systematic political violence against them such as dissolving and banning these parties, or threaten their members, imprison them or kill them. Concepts of "political violence" and "political conflict" stems from the theoretical interferences between the concepts of "power, violence, conflict". Violence is a complex concept of multiple images, dimensions and levels. It has social, political and economic connotations. In humanitarian affairs and is one of the tools used…show more content…
There are differences between the two concepts. There are differences in methods, motives, forms, patterns, dimensions, methods, and results. Political violence is linked to the emergence of the state and follows specific objectives At the internal and external levels. As well as its organizational character whereas, social violence is broader and more precarious than the emergence of the state in its contemporary form and includes all forms of repression and force in various spheres of life, including political…show more content…
Many academic studies, such as Miller's 1985 study in 56 countries, concluded that there was a steadily increasing relationship between inequality in income distribution and social oppression and political violence. The violence, which was either in the form of strikes, demonstrations or riots by sectors and segments of workers, students and some Islamic groups, and even some left-wing forces in the 1970s and 1980s, was mainly related to the cause of social justice, protesting inequitable economic and social gaps, Just. The source of this crisis is that the more inequitable the distribution of wealth and the greater the social and economic contradictions, individual frustration and collective discontent will pave the way for a series of hotbeds of tension and a potentially explosive conflict when the opportunity arises.

As well as riots in Arab countries such as Egypt 1977, Tunisia 1981, 1984, Morocco 1984, Sudan 1981, 1985, as a result of the governments of these countries to raise the prices of commodities and reduce subsidies in the implementation of the recommendations of the International Monetary Fund.

While some believe that the causes of political violence lie in the deviant behavior of politicians and their desire to access or maintain power, they make use of the big and small causes and combine social and economic
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