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HOA Political Scene 10!
March 28, 2010
HOA's Political Scene, Edition 10
The tenth Edition, 28 March 2010
What Happens in Ethiopia and Sudan?We have some news and two reports to read together here, in addition to the news updates on the HOA's Political Scene website. The two reports are about the elections in Ethiopia and Sudan.
The reports reveal the steps the two governments have taken to prepare unfair elections. The psychology of fear the two regimes practise in the two countries aims to enable them to dominate the political scene in Addis Ababa and Khartoum. It seems that all "birds of a feather flock together". But, what birds?
The Elections in Ethiopia and Sudan!Intimidating Opposition Supporters in Ethiopia!
News says the ruling party in Ethiopia has strengthened its iron-fist on citizens and increased restrictions on political opponent groups, journalists and activists before the general elections set on May.
In a report issued recently, Human Rights Watch says, "Draconian laws severely restrict civil society and the media, and numerous journalists and activists have fled the country in recent months." The international human rights organization added, "Most prominent independent newspaper was closed in December, and the government jammed Voice of America radio broadcasts last month."
HRW interviewed more than 200 people and said "local government officials withhold services such as allocations to seeds and fertilizers, micro-credit loans, education and training to punish" any citizen that criticizes the government party. In addition, the authorities have organized the villages into cells and deployed the militias and the officials to monitor the homes of the villagers for any sign of dissent.
Human Rights Watch called the major donors such as the European Union, the World Bank, USA and UK to "use their leverage" to press the ruling party and force it to achieve political freedom.
Preparing False Elections in Sudan!
In its last report last week, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said government repression in Sudan threatens fair elections in the country. The international human rights organization noted that the conditions in Sudan are not yet conductive for free, fair and credible elections, set for April.
HRW warned that unless there is a dramatic improvement in the situation in this country, it is unlikely that the Sudanese people will be able to vote freely for leaders of their choice.
Juba's Political Powers to Save Sudan from the Blood Shed!
Juba's political powers raised a strong political memorandum to the dictatorial authorities in Sudan demanding the government to address their demands for fair elections.
They warned to take strong position to preserve security, stability, and unity of the country if the ruling party neglects their demands!
The memo submitted by Juba's Political Powers to the religious military regime in Sudan opens the minds towards a possible dangerous crisis in Sudan, which is different in nature from the recent crisis, during the coming elections, if the government continues to neglect their demands.
The people of Sudan may live in the coming days a period they have never experienced, never heard about or expected. Bad expectations require that Sudanese be wise to stand strong in the face of the coming bad winds.
The memo also opens the eyes to the possibility of a new blood shed that the people may face because of the gathering of religiously obsessed groups from all around the world to make the coming crisis in favour of the obsessed ruling party.
Continue the report here at Juba's Political Powers
What happens at HOA since the last week?Well, the HOA's Political Scene 10 tells you about that. You read the news last week that ended on March 21, 2010 and here I will continue from that date.
You will now see more sitemaps I have published since the last week to save you time when browsing the website. You can now go to read any page through those sitemaps in addition to the navigation bar at the left and at the bottom of the pages.
The Frequent Updates:
March 27, 2010 – Eritrea! This page is now sitemap 3. Eritrea struggles against the odds while the revolutionary spirit sweeps away and many people face different new challenges that send them to jails or force them to flee Eritrea.
March 26, 2010 – Democracy in Sudan always proves to be nonsense through the tragicomedy the traditional rightist parties make. How could the Sudanese people move out of the military and civil dictatorship's tunnels?
March 26, 2010 – Squadron of Poets! This is a new page for poets and reporters to register and be part of the HOA's Political Scene Netwrok. However, the project is not new. It has many wings online to support it. The HOA's Squadron of Poets and the Newswires are entirely combined projects to support HOA's Network and those who feed this network.
March 26, 2010 – Sudan News is powered to some levels by international news. This is why the Squadron of Poets and the Newswire's project seeks to help this network be independent. What is behind the lines of poverty, wars, terrorism and dictatorship? Could you answer the question. However, the page highlights some answers through political analyses to the news!
March 25, 2010 – Sudan's Political Scene! What's the Good, the Bad and the Ugly? There is a continuous tragicomedy in Sudan's Political Scene, some people do not see because the civil and military dictators have washed their brains.
March 25, 2010 – Sudan's Sitemap 7! I updated this page and built it as sitemap to help visitors reach all the pages about Sudan. The sitemap 7 about Sudan is one of 27 primary and secondary sitemaps in HOA Network. It highlights and analyzes the political development and the social and political crises in Sudan.
March 23, 2010 – Humanitarian Network is now the site map 13. This is my intimate area through which I built reputation. It helps you share information and enjoy supporting different humanitarian networks. The humanitarian network section of the Horn of Africa's Political Scene supports environment protection, children and women's securities, political refugees and multicultural projects.
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