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Hatimaye rais wa Tunisia asalimu amri mbele ya nguvu ya umma!

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  1. Matola

    Matola JF-Expert Member

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    Kufuatia nguvu ya umma Rais wa Tunisia leo amejitokeza hadharani na kuwaamuru polisi kutokutumia mabavu kupambana na nguvu ya umma, pia ameahidi uhuru zaidi kwa vyombo vya habari na raia watakuwa huru kutumia mtandao wa internet, na ametangaza road map kuelekea kuachia madarka kwa amani.

    Source: deutschewell.de

    Angalizo kwa watawala wa Tanzania: hakuna jeshi lolote dunia hii ambalo liliwahi kuishinda nguvu ya umma.
    Rai yangu kwa JK inaonekana kuna viongozi wanajifanya wanakupenda kumbe nia yao wanataka maisha yako umalizie jela, waepuke watu hawa, nia yao kikweli si kulinda utawala wako bali wanataka ukimaliza muhula wako upelekwe the hugie kwa Ocampo kwenda kujibu kesi za uhalifu dhidi ya ubinadamu. bado unayo nafasi amuwa sasa.

     
  2. Kamaka

    Kamaka JF-Expert Member

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    Jk amepata somo hasa kuhusu nguvu za polisi............
     
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    aisee gud news, na itakua fundisho hata kwa nchi nyingine.
     
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    kiche JF-Expert Member

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    usijidanganye hata kidogo,si viongozi wote wenye akili hiyo,viongozi wengine wapo tayari kuongoza hata kuku ilimradi tu asitoke madarakani hata kama ni kwa kuua!
     
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    Chapakazi JF-Expert Member

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    Wananchi wa Tunisia wamesimama pamoja wakitaka rais wao a-risign. Je na sisi kweli tushindwa hili? Ni nini kinatuzuia?
    source: BBC News - Tunisian protests: Tunis marchers urge Ben Ali to go

     
  6. Masanilo

    Masanilo JF-Expert Member

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    Hao wako juu sana! Sisi tumekalia ujinga na ufukura wa akili
     
  7. Chapakazi

    Chapakazi JF-Expert Member

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    Chadema wameweza ku-rally watu Arusha ile tarehe 5/1. Kwa nini wameshindwa Dar Kikwete alipojitangaza mshindi?
     
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    Ronal Reagan JF-Expert Member

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    Ni kweli, wako juu ya Tz ki-elimu, ki-uchumi, ki-fikra na ki-utawala wa sheria.

    Tz watawala wanaona wanayotaka kuona tena huyanena kwa lugha na tafisiri yao wenyewe. Nchi haiwezi endelea namna hiyo.
    Serikali ni rafiki ya wezi & mabaradhuli. Wenye veo wanapenda rushswa na misifa. Jamii haiwezi endelea.
    Ikulu ndio kificho na chanzo cha machafu. Taifa halifiki popote
     
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    fangfangjt JF-Expert Member

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    Tunisia's government has been dismissed and parliament dissolved after weeks of protests over corruption, unemployment and high food prices, official sources say.

    Elections for a new parliament will be within six months, but it is unclear what will happen in the meantime.

    The move came after thousands protested in the capital Tunis, urging President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali to quit.

    Police fired tear gas at the crowds outside the interior ministry.

    On Thursday night, Mr Ben Ali, who has governed Tunisia since 1987, announced he would stand down in 2014 - but the protesters say he should go immediately.

    Doctors say that 13 people were killed in overnight clashes in the capital.

    Human rights groups say more than 60 people have died in recent weeks as unrest swept the country and security forces cracked down on the protests.
    SOURCE: BBC News - Tunisian government dismissed amid protests
     
  10. BONGOLALA

    BONGOLALA JF-Expert Member

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    hao watunisia ndio wanaume!wa tz bongolala kabisa!shenzi type
     
  11. mkonowapaka

    mkonowapaka JF-Expert Member

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    Ni breakng news apa aljazeera..kwamba the president has left the country and army has taken the contro..watz mpooo?..naingia kambini frm manday..maana sababu zao ni chache kuliko za tzl...
     
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    Mdondoaji JF-Expert Member

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    Police fire tear gas at the protesters outside the interior ministry
    Continue reading the main story Tunisia revolt




    A state of emergency has been declared in Tunisia amid protests over corruption, unemployment and inflation.
    The decree bans more than three people from gathering together in the open, and imposes a night-time curfew.
    Security forces have been authorised to open fire on people not obeying their orders.
    State television is reporting that a "very important statement is expected to be announced to the Tunisian people very soon".
    Troops have surrounded the country's main international airport, Tunis Carthage, and the country's air space has been closed.
    Earlier, police fired tear gas as thousands gathered outside the interior ministry in the capital Tunis, urging President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali to quit.
    The president has dismissed his government and dissolved parliament, saying new elections will be held within six months.
    On Thursday night, Mr Ben Ali, who has governed Tunisia since 1987, announced he would stand down in 2014 - but the protesters say he should go immediately.
    [​IMG] The president expressed regret over the deaths of civilians in the protests
    Doctors say that 13 people were killed in overnight clashes in the capital, and there are unconfirmed reports that five people have been killed in protests on Friday outside the capital.
    Human rights groups say more than 60 people have died in recent weeks as unrest swept the country and security forces cracked down on the protests.
    The protests started after an unemployed graduate set himself on fire when police tried to prevent him from selling vegetables without a permit. He died a few weeks later.
    Tourists going home UK tour operator Thomas Cook is pulling out all 1,800 of its customers currently on holiday in Tunisia.
    Thomas Cook and another holiday company, Thomson First Choice, are cancelling departures to Tunisia scheduled for Sunday 16 January. However, Thomson are not bringing home visitors already in Tunisia early.
    Continue reading the main story TUNISIA TIMELINE


    • 17 Dec: Graduate Mohammed Bouazizi sets himself on fire in protest at lack of job opportunities
    • 24 Dec: Protester Mohamed Ammari shot dead in central Tunisia
    • 28 Dec: Protests spread to Tunis
    • 2 Jan: Hackers from Anonymous launch attack on Tunisian government websites
    • 5 Jan: Mohammed Bouazizi dies
    • 7 Jan: Bloggers and activists arrested
    • 8-10 Jan: Dozens of deaths reported in crackdown on protests
    • 11 Jan: Schools and universities closed
    • 12 Jan: Interior minister sacked
    • 13 Jan: President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali promises to step down in 2014

    Tourism is key to Tunisia's economy and an important source of jobs.
    The UK, the US and France are among the countries advising against non-essential travel to Tunisia.
    "The situation is unpredictable and there is the potential for violence to flare up, raising the risk of getting caught up in demonstrations," the UK Foreign Office said in its latest travel advisory.
    In his speech on Thursday night, Mr Ben Ali said there was "no presidency for life" in Tunisia. He said he did not intend to amend the constitution to remove the upper age limit for presidential candidates, which would have allowed him to stand for a further term in 2014.
    The president, who earlier this week had blamed the unrest on "terrorists", also said he felt "very, very deep and massive regret" over the deaths of civilians in the protests.
    He said he had ordered troops to stop firing on protesters except in self-defence, and pledged to take action on food prices, which have gone up fourfold in recent weeks.
    Afterwards, Mr Ben Ali's supporters took to the streets of Tunis, cheering and sounding car horns.

    But human rights activist Mohamed Abbou said he believed President Ben Ali was "fooling the Tunisians with promises that have no tomorrow".
    On Thursday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned Arab leaders they would face growing unrest unless they enacted real economic and political reform.
    Mrs Clinton was speaking in Doha at the end of a four-nation visit to the Gulf.
    Mr Ben Ali, 74, is only Tunisia's second president since independence from France in 1956. He was last re-elected in 2009 with 89.62% of the vote.


    Source: BBC:




    Ukiona ufisadi unatisha, unemployment inakuwa kila siku nchini, poverty inaongezeka matokeo yake ndio haya. Huu ni mfano mwengine baada ya iliyopita Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, na kwengineko. Tunawaomba viongozi wetu wawe waadilifu. Tuwe waangalifu na rasilimali za nchi. Pia tufanye jitihada limbwi la umaskini lipungue otherwise we are next in line. Ni mtazamo tu.
     
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    After few weeks of youth demonstration in Tunisia due to poor living conditions and high rate of unemployment. President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali decided to step down and leave the country

    Source, Al Jazeera TV
     
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    Mdondoaji JF-Expert Member

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    Safi sana
     
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    prime minister to be interim president
     
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    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    president has left the country
     
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    yap?
     
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    Utatu JF-Expert Member

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    Haya ndio matokeo ya kutawala watu kwa rushwa na bila mipango ya kuhakikisha kuwa wanapata kazi. Ni kama vile viongozi wa Tanzania tu, siku yao haiko mbali.
     
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    Kikwete have fcuked our country tafadhali nawe ishia zako!
     
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    Zing JF-Expert Member

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    Ukisoma wikileaks zao hazitofautiani na za tanzania na zimeongezea wananchi hasira. but atleast wao uchumi wao sijui ni mara ngapi zzaidi ya huu wetu wa tanzania .

    JK, Pinda, shimbo, Werema,Mwema ect watch out hasira za watu zinazidi
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