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JK jifunze kutoka kwa Jose Mujica

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  1. Bundewe

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    Viongozi wengi wa kisiasa wamekuwa na hulka ya kujilimbikizia mali wanapoingia madarakani. Lakini hii ya Rais Wa Uruguay imenisisimua, natamani na Rais wangu aige walau nusu ya tabia za rais huyu asiye na tamaa na mali. bofya Rais masikini zaidi duniani
     
  2. Kibanga Ampiga Mkoloni

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    [FONT=&quot][/FONT][FONT=&quot] Rais masikini zaidi duniani [/FONT]
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    [FONT=&quot] [/FONT][FONT=&quot] Imeandikwa tarehe 14 Oktoba 2012 [/FONT]
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    [FONT=&quot]NCHI ya Uruguay yenye raia takribani milioni 4, inatajwa kuwa na bahati ya kuwa na Rais asiye na chembe ya tamaa. Hana makuu, kiasi kwamba anatajwa kuwa ndiye Rais masikini zaidi kuwahi kutokea duniani.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Huyu si mwingine, bali ni Jose Mujica, Rais wa sasa wa Uruguay ambaye pia ni Rais wa 40 wa nchi hiyo. Tangu aingie madarakani Machi mosi mwaka 2010, amekuwa akionekana kuwa kiongozi wa tofauti kabisa, tofauti na waliomtangulia.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Mathalan, baada ya kufanikiwa kuishika nchini, hakuwa na tamaa ya kukimbilia Ikulu, yeye alichokifanya ni kuamua kuishi katika makazi yake yaleyale, katika nyumba ya mkewe iliyoko shambani, nje ya Jiji la Montevideo.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Kwa ujumla, anapenda maisha ya kawaida, maisha ya kuwahurumia wengine na kujitahidi kuonesha kwa vitendo.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Ni vigumu kuamini, licha ya kuwa ni Rais wa nchi, amejishusha mno kiasi cha mara kadhaa kuonekana akijichanganya na raia wake katika shughuli za ujenzi wa taifa, ikiwamo ujenzi wa barabara, kulima mashamba ya mfano.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Na wakati mwingine, anapougua huwahi kupanga mstari ili kuonana na daktari, akichelewa anapanga mstari kusubiri zamu yake.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Ni Rais pekee ambaye ameamua kutoa mshahara wake kwa zaidi ya asilima 90 kugawana na watu masikini wa nchi yake, kwamba fedha hizo huingizwa katika vikundi mbalimbali vya maendeleo.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Akiwa amepangiwa na Bunge kupokea dola za Kimarekani 11,000 (sh milioni 17.6 kwa fedha za Tanzania) kwa mwezi, hajawahi kupokea fedha hizo na ameiamuru Hazina kuzipeleka fedha hizo kwa wananchi masikini.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Yeye hupokea shilingi milioni 3 tu, tena hizi akizitumia kwa ajili ya mafuta ya gari lake alilonunua na mkewe aina ya Volkswagon Beetle maarufu kama `Mgongo wa Chura'. Gari hilo lenye umri wa miaka 23, ndio utajiri pekee anaojivunia.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Hana kingine anachokimiliki. Hana akaunti benki, hana nyumba yake binafsi, wala mali nyingine ya aina yoyote aliyojilimbikizia. Kuhusiana na gari lake lenye thamani ya dola za Kimarekani 1,900 (Sh milioni 3), ambalo analiendesha mwenyewe, anasema:[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]"Niko mimi na mke wangu, wawili tu, gari kubwa la nini, sina haja nalo, sitaki kuwaibia wananchi, kunichagua tu kuwaongoza ni sifa pekee, tena kubwa inayokaribia utukufu wa kawaida, sasa zaidi ya hapo nini…[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]"Nahitaji sana kuwatumikia wananchi wa Uruguay, sio kuwanyonya wala kuwaibia au kuwa mwanya wa kuchuma na kujifurahisha mimi, mke wangu, watoto wangu na ndugu zangu, sioni haja hiyo na sitaki kuwa mnyonyaji kamwe," anasema Rais Mujica. Anasisitiza anayafurahia maisha ya kawaida, hivyo haoni shida kuishi na watu wa kawaida mtaani kwake, kupiga nao porojo na hata kushirikiana katika shughuli za kijamii pale inapolazimu.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]"Nikiwa na akaunti benki, nikiwa na magari makubwa, nitakuwa nakaribisha ushawishi wa kuwa mwizi, kuwaibia wananchi wangu, sitaki chochote," anaongeza Rais huyo ambaye hata anapoamua kunyoa nywele zake, hahitaji kinyozi maalumu, bali yeyote anayejua kunyoa anamwita nyumbani kwake aweze kumnyoa.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Staili ya maisha ya Rais huyo inaonekana pia kumwingia mkewe ambaye pia tofauti na wake wengine wa marais, yeye hajipambi kwa dhahabu, almasi wala aina nyingine ya vito vya thamani.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Anashirikiana na mumewe katika shamba lao la maua katika makazi yao, huku Rais Mujica wakati mwingine akifanya usafi wa nyumba na hata kumwagilia maua. Hayo ndiyo maisha ya Jose Mujica, Rais wa 40 wa Uruguay ambaye kwa sasa ana umri wa miaka 77, lakini licha ya kupigania mno kuingia Ikulu, ameonesha kutokuwa na kiu ya utajiri, hataki kujikweza na wala kuonekana ni tofauti na watu wengine.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Ndiyo maana ameonekana kuwa Rais wa ajabu, akitajwa pengine kuwa ndiye asiye na makuu na masikini kuliko wote duniani. Hata vaa yake ni ya kawaida, mara nyingi akiingia ofisini na mavazi ya kawaida, lakini mara moja moja tu, akivalia suti na tai hasa anapokuwa na ugeni mzito.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Angalau Makamu wake, Danilo Astori anaonekana na `ufisadi' kidogo, kwani ana nyumba yenye thamani ya dola 250,000 (Sh milioni 400) na gari kama la milioni 30 hivi. Je, kuna wengine wenye staili ya maisha ya Rais Mujica? Yawezekana, lakini kwa sasa imeonekana hakuna kama Mujica.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot][/FONT][FONT=&quot][FONT=&quot][​IMG][/FONT][/FONT]
     
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    mmh huyo naye kiboko anatembelea kobe?
     
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    [h=1]José Mujica[/h] From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Mujica and the second or maternal family name is Cordano.
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    [TH="bgcolor: lavender, colspan: 2, align: center"]40th President of Uruguay[/TH]
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    [TD]Lucía Topolansky[/TD]
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    José Alberto "Pepe" Mujica Cordano (Spanish pronunciation: [xoˈse muˈxika]; born May 20, 1935) is an Uruguayan politician, and President of Uruguay since 2010. A former guerrilla fighter and a member of the Broad Front (left-wing coalition), Mujica was Minister of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries from 2005 to 2008 and a Senator afterwards. As the candidate of the Broad Front, he won the 2009 presidential election and took office as President on 1 March 2010.
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    [h=2]Early life[/h] Mujica was born on May 20, 1935, to Demetrio Mujica, of Basque ancestry, and Lucy Cordano, of Italian descent.[SUP][1][/SUP] As a youth, Mujica was active in the National Party, where he became close to Enrique Erro.
    His mother's family was composed of very poor Italian immigrants from Piemonte. His mother was born in Carmelo, where her parents, growers of vines, bought five acres in Colonia Estrella to cultivate vineyards. His father was a small farmer that was in bankruptcy shortly before his death in 1940, when Mujica was five.
    At the age of 13 years and up to 17, he began cycling on behalf of several clubs and in different categories.
    [h=2]Guerrilla leader[/h] See also: Tupamaros
    In the early 1960s, he joined the newly formed Tupamaros movement, an armed political group inspired by the Cuban revolution.[SUP][2][/SUP] He participated in the 1969 brief takeover of Pando, a town close to Montevideo, and was later convicted by a military tribunal under the government of Jorge Pacheco Areco, who had suspended certain constitutional guarantees.[SUP][3][/SUP][SUP][4][/SUP] Mujica was captured by the authorities on four occasions, and he was among those political prisoners[SUP][5][/SUP] who escaped Punta Carretas Prison in 1971. He was eventually re-apprehended in 1972, and was shot by the police six times. After the military coup in 1973, he was transferred to a military prison where he served 14 years. During the 1970s, this included being confined to the bottom of a well for more than two years.[SUP][6][/SUP] During his time in prison, he remained in contact with other leaders of the Tupamaros, including Frente Amplio Senator Eleuterio Fernández Huidobro and the founder and leader of the Tupamaros, Raúl Sendic.
    In 1985, when democracy was restored, Mujica was freed under an amnesty law that covered political and related military crimes committed since 1962.[SUP][7][/SUP]
    Several years after the restoration of democracy, Mujica and the Tupamaros joined other left-wing organizations to create the Movement of Popular Participation,[SUP][8][/SUP] a political party that was accepted within the Broad Front coalition.
    In the 1994 general elections, Mujica was elected deputy and in the elections of 1999 he was elected senator. Due in part to Mujica’s charisma, the MPP continued to grow in popularity and votes, and by 2004, it had become the largest of any faction within the Broad Front. In the elections of that year, Mujica was re-elected to the Senate, and the MPP obtained over 300,000 votes, thus consolidating its position as the primary political force within the coalition and a major force behind the victory of presidential candidate Tabaré Vázquez.
    [h=2]Minister of Agriculture[/h] On March 1, 2005, President Tabaré Vázquez designated Mujica as the Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries (Mujica's own professional background was in the agricultural sector). Upon becoming minister, Mujica resigned his position as senator. He held this position until a cabinet change in 2008, when he resigned and was replaced by Ernesto Agazzi. Mujica then returned to his seat in the Senate.
    [h=2]Political positions[/h] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Mujica with President Lula da Silva of Brazil in 2010.


    Mujica's political ideology has evolved over the years from orthodox to pragmatist. In recent times he has expressed a desire for a more flexible political left that can think outside the box.[SUP][9][/SUP] His 'folksy' speaking style and manner is credited as part of his growing popularity since the late 1990s, especially among rural and poor sectors of the population.[SUP][10][/SUP] He has been variously described as an "antipolitician"[SUP][11][/SUP] and a man who "speaks the language of the people" while also receiving criticism for untimely or inappropriate remarks.[SUP][12][/SUP] Unlike president Vázquez, who vetoed a bill put forward by parliament that would make abortions legal, Mujica has stated that should it come before him in the future, he would not veto such a bill.[SUP][13][/SUP] In the sphere of international relations, he hopes to further negotiations and agreements between the European Union and the regional trade bloc Mercosur, of which Uruguay is a founding member.[SUP][14][/SUP] Throughout the ongoing dispute between Argentina and Uruguay regarding pulp mills on the shared river, Mujica has remained closer to the Argentine government than the previous administration, taking a position that could possibly help to resolve the conflict.[SUP][15][/SUP] Asked about Lula's decision to receive Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, he answered it was a "genius move" because "The more you fence in Iran, the harder it will be for the rest of the world".[SUP][16][/SUP]
    [h=2]Presidential candidate[/h] Even though President Vázquez favored his Finance Minister Danilo Astori as presidential candidate of the then unified Broad Front to succeed him in 2010, Mujica’s broad appeal and growing support within the party posed a challenge to the president. On December 14, 2008, The Extraordinary Congress “Zelmar Michelini” (a party convention) proclaimed Mujica as the official candidate of the Broad Front for primary elections of 2009, but four more precandidates were allowed to participate, including Astori. On June 28, 2009, Mujica won the primary elections becoming the presidential candidate of the Broad Front for the 2009 general election. After that, Astori agreed to be his running mate. Their campaign was centered on the concept of continuing and deepening the policies of the highly popular administration of Vázquez, using the slogan “Un gobierno honrado, un país de primera” (An honest government, a first-class country) - indirectly referencing cases of administrative corruption within the former government of the major opposition candidate, conservative Luis Alberto Lacalle. During the campaign, Mujica distanced himself from the governing style of presidents like Hugo Chávez (Venezuela) or Evo Morales (Bolivia), claiming the center-left governments of Brazilian Luis Inácio Lula da Silva or Chilean socialist Michelle Bachelet as regional examples upon which he would model his administration. Known for his informal style of dress, Mujica donned a suit (without a tie) for some stops in the presidential campaign, notably during visits to regional heads of state.[SUP][17][/SUP]
    In October, Mujica won a plurality of over 48 percent of the votes compared to 30 percent for former president Lacalle, falling short of the majority required by the constitution, while at the same time renewing the Broad Front's parliamentary majority for the next legislature (2010–2015). A runoff was then held on November 29 to determine the winner; on November 30 Mujica emerged as the victor, with more than 52% of the vote over Lacalle’s 43%.[SUP][18][/SUP] In his first speech as president-elect before a crowd of supporters, Mujica acknowledged his political adversaries and called for unity, stating that there would be no winners or losers ("Ni vencidos, ni vencedores"). He added that "it is a mistake to think that power comes from above, when it comes from within the hearts of the masses (...) it has taken me a lifetime to learn this", a statement that has been interpreted as an acknowledgment of the mistakes by the armed revolutionaries in the 1960s.[SUP][19][/SUP]
    [h=2]Government[/h] Mujica formed a cabinet made up of politicians from the different sectors of the Broad Front, conceding the economics area to aides of his vicepresident Danilo Astori. The expectations were high, as Mujica is the first former guerrilla fighter to become President in Uruguay. In general terms, his government is a continuation of the previous one; although many political figures accuse Mujica of not being resolute enough and talking too much.
    In June 2012, his government made a move to legalize state-controlled sales of marijuana in order to fight drug-related crimes and health issues, and stated that they would ask global leaders to do the same.[SUP][20][/SUP] Time Magazine featured an article on the matter.[SUP][21][/SUP]
    [h=2]Personal life[/h] In 2005, Mujica married Lucía Topolansky, a fellow Tupamaro member and current senator, after many years of co-habitation. They have no children and live on an austere farm in the outskirts of Montevideo where they cultivate flowers as an economic activity. His humble lifestyle is reflected by his choice of an aging Volkswagen Beetle[SUP][22][/SUP] as transport, his only asset.[SUP][23][/SUP] His wife owns the farm they live on. The Economist describes him as "a roly-poly former guerrilla who grows flowers on a small farm and swears by vegetarianism".[SUP][24][/SUP] He also donates 87% of his state salary to charitable causes.[SUP][25][/SUP] He does not believe in God.[SUP][26][/SUP]
     
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    Fredrick Sanga JF-Expert Member

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    A goat is not moved by guitar music. African presidents and members of parliament are problems.
     
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    hata mie ningekua ni rais ningekataa...yaani 70% ya mshahara wa niugawe....hakuna kitu ka hichoo
     
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    Hii ni kweli ni mwisho wa maneno. Nimepigwa na butwaa.
     
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    Nchi yake anaiongozaje? Kwenda kwenye maisha bora au kwenda kwenye maisha mabaya?
     
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    Nadhani kauli mbiu yake ni "Maisha bora kwa wananchi" sio kama yetu ya "maisha bora kwa familia ya kiongozi"
     
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