题目: 新宪法的制定与政教关系的去向-以2011年埃及革命为例-

时间: 2013年7月23日(周二)14:00-16:30

地点: 东京大学东洋文化研究所3楼大会议室

报告者: 竹村和朗 (东京大学大学院)

题目:How was the Egyptian 2012 Constitution Formulated? Reading Discussions on Islam in al-Ahram Newspaper


Chinese have lived in Indonesian archipelago before the Dutch colonial era, and almost all of them are now already Indonesian citizens legally. However, the existence of Chinese has been constructed politically and socially, and the differences with other ethnic groups have been emphasized, and sometimes they have become the target of attack. For instance, in the May Riot in Jakarta 1998, so many Chinese shops were attacked by mobs, and this incident left a scar in Indonesian society.
In this presentation, I will explain how this "special" feature of Chinese has been formed historically in Indonesia. In this process, “the assimilation of Chinese” became a key concept, in other words, the process where people without a sense of belonging to Indonesia became "Indonesian".
At the same time, I will emphasize Chinese people who chose another way, that is, although they were born in Indonesia, they quit living there, and decided to live in China, Taiwan and other states. Their story is another one adhered behind the story of Chinese becoming Indonesian. By way of recognizing the story of who left Indonesia, it will be possible to do the relativization of “national history”.

This presentation will offer a brief introduction to the trajectory of formulation of the Egyptian 2012 constitution. President Muhammad Mursi announced officially the establishment of the new constitution on 25th Dec. 2012, almost two years after the suspension of the 1971 constitution on 13 Feb., 2011. What events and forces affected the constitution-making process during this period? What opinions and discussions led to keep controversial articles such as the Article 2 on Islamic shari‘a as the main source of legislation and to add a number of new articles such as Article 3 on allowing Christians and Jews to follow their own shariʻas, Article 4 on enshrining al-Azhar, and Article 219 on giving a complementary explanation what Islamic shariʻa is. The presentation will use al-Ahram newspaper, one of the most widely distributed Arabic newspapers in Egypt, as the main source of information.


报告者: Gianluca P. Parolin (Visiting Associate Professor, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies/ Assistant Professor of Law, The American University in Cairo

题目:Shall we ask al-Azhar? Legislating in the New Egypt


The lecture will address the way passing legislation has changed since the adoption of the 2012 Constitution. It will use as a case study the first piece of legislation passed: the law regulating Islamic-compliant state-issued bonds (sukuk).


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