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HOA Political Scene 16!
May 09, 2010
HOA's Political Scene 16
The sixteenth Edition, 9 May 2010
What happens at HOA since the last week?The HOA's Political Scene 16 comes this week with the following updates. You read the news last week that ended on May 2, 2010 and here I will continue from that date.
We have many comments and only few replies to those comments, last week. I hope you'll find the time to fill in the missing replies in the remaining comments.
The Frequent Updates:
May 3, 2010 – Omer Sharmarke the prime minister of the Somali Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and the chairman of Ahlu Sunna Wal Jama'a (ASWJ), Sheikh Mohammed Heefow concluded formerly the second phase of the agreement between the Somali government and Ahlu Sunna.
Sharmarke said this week they had agreed on collaborating and uniting the troops of the TFG and ASWJ. Sheikh Mohammed said that they agreed to sign additional article for practical implementation to the agreement they signed last month in Addis Ababa.
May 3, 2010 – Somali Political Situation! Here's an article written by the Somali PM, Omer Ali Sharmarke about the complicated Somali political situation.
May 3, 2010 – Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke is the son of Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke and Ruqia Dahir Ali Boss. His father was one of the former presidents of Somalia and he was assassinated in 1969. Sharmarke, the son tries to address the political problems in Somalia. Observers found the mission great than maybe his ability to succeed as prime minister.
May 3, 2010 – We Need National Consensus in Sudan! A loyal reader commented on why Sudan needs national consensus and added eight points for any national dialogue to discuss. The eight points favour the Ummah Party. However, the comment has received some entries.
May 4, 2010 – We Need National Consensus in Sudan Comments! One commentator says, "The points laid here could be discussed during the national dialogue. However, the committee of the national consensus or whatever its name may not approve them."
The second commentator explains why the national dialogue is supposed to take the new political threats after the announcement of the results of the forged election.
May 4, 2010 – It is Painful and Shameful in Somalia! In fact, the political deterioration, since the assassination of Sharmarke in the late sixties of the late century makes me hate to see our beloved country destroyed by our brethren. One commentator wrote describing the sad feeling that creeps to his heart every day, while reading the news about his homeland.
May 7, 2010 – Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia - Comments! Abraham commented on this entry asking, "Why Eritreans flee to Ethiopia?" He said, "Any person with good Eritrean will and faith will never flee to Ethiopia. However, they can flee as used before to Sudan." His point is that he knows the alarming situation between the two countries and the results of the Ethio-eritrean wars.
May 7, 2010 – It is Painful and Shameful in Somalia - Comments! A visitor replied to this comment saying, I agree with you my brother. We have lost our national feelings as Somalis. I will never understand why they do not want the state to be a modern state so we could proudly say we are Somalis.
May 7, 2010 – It has Never Been Easier for Eritreans in Eritrea! The Eritrean government knows the situation very well. The ruling PFDJ Party formerly the Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) found itself in front of many threats after the last war between Eritrea and Ethiopia.
May 7, 2010 – It has Never Been Easier for Eritreans in Eritrea - Comments! Well, I approved this post to prove that we need to hear other political views. What makes the Eritrean nationals even those who were EPLF's liberation fighters flee the country?
May 8, 2010 – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Sudan! The bad is that the Sudanese in the opposition groups have agreed on not to agree. In spite of the news that says, they are seeking to form a national consensus, I see that individuality is permanent in the way some political parties think to come with their own political programs to dominate the Sudanese political scene.
May 8, 2010 – Democracy is Not for the Masses in Sudan! One commentator defends totalitarianism. He wrote, I came with the statement on this comment from pages on this website about the Sudanese sectarian parties and the Sudanese democracy although I knew it is the truth. Thank you for publishing this.
May 8, 2010 – Democracy is Not for the Masses in Sudan - Comments! This entry replies to the comment above and explains that the commentator meant the Sudanese political parties but not the Sudanese people, taking the impression may be from pages on this website as he had mentioned.
May 8, 2010 – Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir is the President of Sudan! Now Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir leads Sudan after the elections and I think the president is going to open for more democracy in the country and that will help the opposition work in good democratic grounds to gain what it lost in the long run for the government seats.
May 8, 2010 – Omar Hassan Ahmed Al Bashir is the President of Sudan - Comments! No one until this moment has elected Omer Hassan al Bashir to be the president of Sudan in spite of some forged elections in the country.
How could the Sudanese people elect him and they know he led his military group to steal the political power in Sudan by night taking the leaders of the National Islamic Front (NIF) to power?
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