Moustapha Mbaye “democracy has never been static, it changes”

Moustapha Mbaye “democracy has never been static, it changes”
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Moustapha Mbaye is a young entrepreneur, journalist and a consultant on Communication and Marketing from Senegal. He is truly passionate on writing, coaching and sharing his vision to young women and men just like him. He has brilliantly done the Social Change Factory Fellowship Program  by participating to the competition Voice of Youth ”Voix des Jeunes”. His experience and dynamism on the quality of education in Africa make him one of the best one leader of his generation.

 

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Ce mot colporté sous tous les tropiques semble être réduit à un processus d’organisation d’élection. Il trouve sa quintessence dans la liberté d’expression, le libre choix, l’égalité des chances à concourir le pouvoir, entre autres piliers.
La démocratie est “le gouvernement du peuple, par le peuple, pour le peuple” dixit le président des Etats unis, Abraham Lincoln. Si ce peuple n’est pas conscient du pouvoir qui lui est conféré, si ce peuple n’est pas informé, si ce peuple refuse de s’affranchir des crocs d’une élite politicienne… on file tout droit vers la ploutocratie ou l’oligarchie. Et ce peuple devient servile et malléable sans s’en rendre compte.
Dès lors, l’éducation civique devient une nécessité pressante pour une sensibilisation de masses. Un projet qui ne peut pas faire tache d’huile sans la participation considérable de la jeunesse. Cette dernière, sous le vent des mutations sociales et des révolutions “froides” quitte de plus en plus le banc des spectateurs pour devenir acteurs au cœur du système ou  sentinelles de la démocratie. Y en a marre (Sénégal) Balai Citoyen (Burkina) Filimbi (RDC)  entre autres, constituent des germes d’une jeunesse engagée pour une démocratie consolidée.
Ils ont tiré sur la sonnette d’alarme pour réveiller les populations qui dorment. Cette société civile, outillée et renforcée peut torpiller les entreprises antidémocratiques.
Si nos devanciers ont foulé aux pieds ce concept, il est du rôle des jeunesses de se constituer en garde-fou pour s’offrir des démocrates par le biais de l’éducation, la sensibilisation, la communication… car il n’y a point de démocratie sans démocrate.
Moustapha Mbaye
Journaliste, spécialiste en communication.

This word peddled in all the tropics seems to be reduced to a process of organization of election. It finds its quintessence in freedom of expression, free choice, equality of opportunity to compete power, among other pillars.
Democracy is “the government of the people, by the people, for the people,” says the president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. If this people is not aware of the power that is conferred upon them, if this people is not informed, if this people refuses to free themselves from the fangs of a political elite … we go straight to the plutocracy or the oligarchy. And this people becomes servile and malleable without realizing it.
Consequently, civic education becomes a pressing necessity for mass awareness. A project that can not be an oil stain without the considerable involvement of youth. The latter, leeward of social mutations and “cold” revolutions, is increasingly leaving the spectators’ bench to become actors at the heart of the system or sentinels of democracy. Ye are fed up (Senegal) Broom Citizen (Burkina Faso) Filimbi (DRC) among others, constitute germs of a youth committed to a consolidated democracy.
They pulled the alarm bell to wake up the sleeping populations. This civil society, equipped and strengthened, can torpedo anti-democratic enterprises.
If our predecessors have trampled on this concept, it is the role of the youths to constitute themselves safeguarding themselves to the democrats by means of the education, the awareness, the communication … because there is not has no democracy without a democrat.

Moustapha Mbaye
Journalist, communication specialist.

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