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HOA Political Scene 15!
May 02, 2010

I hope that you had a happy May Day! Ah, those were the best days when May Day was a massive pleasure to the working class. However, let us be optimistic.

We have new short article in this edition of the HOA's Political Scene 15 on the activities the Sudanese opposition runs these days following the election's results. Please do not hesitate to bring your views in using the form at the Sudan's Political Scene. I will appreciate it so much.

HOA's Political Scene 15

The fifteenth Edition, 2 May 2010

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How Important is the Sudanese National Consensus?

I would be glad to read your answer to this question. Please use the form mentioned on the page above. Here's the short article.

The Sudanese opposition parties that form the powers of the Sudanese national consensus began to widen the national consensus by gathering the Sudanese people from many frameworks to meet the challenges of the next political phase in Sudan.

They aim towards achieving awareness of the political dangers that engulf Sudan and plan to restore the stolen democracy and defend the unity of the country. The political powers have started an open vision to initiate the political dialogues to take several tracks.

The first of these tracks are dialogues between the political parties. The dialogues will lead to a unified program to make the national consensus strong enough to meet the political challenges in the future.

That would be a unified program of action to continue rejecting the results of the forged elections. It also works to stop any threats Sudan could face because of the policies of the recent ruling party.

In this regard, the unified program seeks methods to thwart the scheme of the ruling party to save Sudan from being devastated.

The second phase of the unified national program comes to expand it by taking the new political powers and the organizations of the civil society.

The national dialogues will continue with these powers to participate in reaching the required solution to the political crises created by the ruling party, especially after the results of the forged elections in Sudan and the anticipated dangers regarding the future of the South Sudan.

The national dialogues will also turn visions into the active participation of the masses of women, youth, workers, farmers, artists, writers, athletes and other intellectuals, in order to expand and maintain the widespread national consensus and then restructure it.

Let me hear your voice, read your comments or come share me a cheers! I have only Chateau de Paraza, French red wine this Sunday. It is good for coming with new ideas.

What happens at HOA since the last week?

The HOA's Political Scene 15 comes this week with the following updates, in addition of course to the article above. You read the news last week that ended on April 25, 2010 and here I will continue from that date.

However, we do not have many comments the last week. Besides, I have been doing some other works in some cities taking the online activities offline to spread this network.

The Frequent Updates:

Apr 26, 2010 – Donors are Responsible in Ethiopia! This is what Enkidu Debaba, one of the regular commentators says in one of his comments. Thanks to him. He wrote, "the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF) leads the Ethiopian government today. It is one of the small tribal groups established in 1976." Continue at the link above.

Apr 26, 2010 – Donors are Responsible in Ethiopia - Comments on this entry fall here on this page. I do not think to some levels of interests that donors should condition the human aids. However, in serious cases, they sometimes set conditions for the aid to reach its direction.

It is not the job of the donors to change governments. However, they make some conditions to press some dictators to change the political systems to democracy.

Apr 26, 2010 – Horn Africas Friends! I added facilities to this page to allow new members to comment using their native languages. Now, you can join the Horn Africas Friends and begin reading and commenting using your mother language.

Create account and use your login information to login. When you want to comment, use Google bar at the top of the page where you read comment at the top right of the page. This is easy and smart.

Apr 27, 2010 – Somali Political Scene! If you follow the daily newswires, you may ask where the tragicomedy lies in the Somali political scene?

The point is that, the religious phobia always creates disasters. When religious parties divide into small religious groups, the disasters will continue to engulf the country and more people will lose their lives for reasons no one can answer what they are.

Please give me my mind back. I think this is the cry of every innocent Somali.

Apr 27, 2010 – Brief History of Somalia! Here are some highlights to the tribal and religious conflicts in Somalia that brought the recent government into power to gain regional and international recognition.

May 2, 2010 – Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia! I recently returned from two months as a volunteer English teacher in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. One of my students was an Eritrean who fled his country on foot, walking for thirteen hours to get to Ethiopia.

May 2, 2010 – Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia - Comments! Thanks to Elizabeth Burns for submitting the story of the Eritrean refugee in Ethiopia. I published this entry too late, because I have not received a reply to an email I sent to the concerned person. We are still to know the details and see options on how we could help him.

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