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At the HOA's Political Scene, we make the news absorbed through political analyses. We publish news from the Horn of Africa in addition to researches and political analyses to the crises and the political development in the Horn of Africa.
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Researchers can use the information, researches and political analyses we publish here on the Horn Africa's Network to help them in their researches.
College students engaging in high political studies can use the HOA Political Scene to help them in their political studies and assignments while preparing for bachelor degrees in some colleges of political sciences.
You may find this website the toughest website in politics. So, I take your pardon; I really do not have any tolerance towards those religious military dictators who make Political Tragicomedy in Sudan, as I do not have tolerance towards what we call the mechanical majority dictatorship of the Sudanese Sectarian Parties.
We will never build well civilized and modern states, unless we educate the people and clean their brains from the dirts of sectarianism. If they have rights to live, then they should abandon politics to breach what they want to breach.
But, we breach the modern civilized state until death, because we simply believe here at the HOA Political Scene that the state is a secular concept. Religions go to where religions belong.
I call all sincere activists who have positive social goals concerning any state in the Horn of Africa to join the Horn of Africa's network here at USHA Framework. The framework of this network is socialist.
However, if you don't have any political concerns, you can read, comment and write about some beautiful places in the HOA at Any Beautiful City, Gondar and Kordofan.
The Horn of Africa's Political Scene is keeping hot still, where regional complexity dominates the area. The ruling elites who came to power either through false elections or false revolutions keep concentrating on personal and partial achievements to maintain their power from decade to decade.
The main categories or the primary site maps are sectioned on the Political Section and the Political Site Map to organize the Horn of Africa's Political Scene and to ease your navigation while going deep into this website.
There are about 28 primary and secondary site maps in the HOA's network, you can go through at the end of this page.
This is the downstairs area or gateway even to pages that are not on the navigation bar at the left column or on the navigation bar at the bottom. You can use the search box at the top right of HOA Political Scene to reach those pages.
This is the best way to keep following the political development and some political analyses from some people who have been there, seen that and absolutely know some secret agendas.
It is obvious that the Political Scene in the Horn of Africa takes all the political topics in states of IGAD. We consider that the late news very important to know the political development in the Horn of Africa.
In addition, the great sum of political analyses in some columns highlight the political situations, complicated they are or clear.
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However, Kenya is just an extension to the political map, which includes Uganda too, to form the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). The regional organization focuses on some initiatives to control the draught and the development of the area.
However, preceded ambitions before the late mad Ethio-Eritrean Wars have indicated possibilities to spread to form an East African Block! Now the framework of the HOA Political Scene establishes the call to confederation to form the United States of the Horn of Africa (USHA).
We at HOA Political Scene thank those people who contribute to this network and take efforts to bring some political issues to the light for discussions and enlightenment. When you take part and share your efforts here, you will help people that need it. Your contribution also works well to fundraise some of the important projects we have in this network.
If you want to contribute to the HOA Political Scene and have pleasure, just fill the form in the relevant page to your topic. Please be responsible when you do that and respect others. Don't use hard language here in this network.
We hope that we get to know each other through moderate discussions and try to meet some requirements to develop our world there. If you think that I have forgotten something you want me to cover here, please do bring my attention to it through the Contact Us form here. I love to hear your thoughts about the Political Scene in the Horn of Africa.
If you dislike politics in the Horn of Africa, you can read about beautiful places in the Horn of Africa such as Gondar in Ethiopia and Kordofan in Sudan through the links above. You can also read about other beautiful places in Africa at Cape Floral Region, Congo River Basin, Kalahari Desert, Niger Delta and Timbuktu, all of which are at my lovely daughter's network. She is now student at the university, by the way.
Other important pages in the HOA Political Scene:
Comments| Horn of Africa's Bookshop| Horn of Africa's Network| Politik| Human Rights Arabic Translation| Human Rights in Danish| Tortur| Ghost Houses| HOAs Cultural Project| HOAs Journalists Project| HOAs Poets Project| HOAs Refugees Project|
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The HOA Political Scene's 14 Primary Political Site Maps:
Site Map 2: Djibouti| Site Map 3: Eritrea| Site Map 4: Ethiopia| Site Map 5: Kenya| Site Map 6: Somalia| Site Map 7: Sudan| Site Map 8: Uganda| Site Map 9: Chad| Site Map 10: DRC| Site Map 11: Political Site Map| Site Map 12: Political Section| Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network| Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal|
The HOA Political Scene's 14 Secondary Political Site Maps:
Site Map 15: Write about HOA| Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti| Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea| Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia| Site Map 19: Write about Kenya| Site Map 20: Write about Somalia| Site Map 21: Write about Sudan| Site Map 22: Write about Uganda| Site Map 23: Write about Chad| Site Map 24: Write about DRC| Site Map 25: Readers Write Good| Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments| Site Map 27: Readers Read Good| Site Map 28: Comments|
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