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Mr.Mizengo Pinda at The UN General Assembly Sept 2010

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by bagamoyo, Sep 29, 2010.

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    bagamoyo JF-Expert Member

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    On the issues of good governance, and peace and security in Africa, he reaffirmed his country’s commitment to democratic good governance, rule of law and respect for human rights. A recent peaceful referendum in Zanzibar had produced a new political dispensation that provides for a government of national unity. That should stabilize Zanzibar, as Tanzania prepares for its general elections scheduled for 31 October. As in previous elections, he said, “we will do everything in our power to ensure that the elections are peaceful, free and fair.”

    [video]http://gadebate.un.org/View/SpeechView/tabid/85/smid/411/ArticleID/217/Default.aspx[/video]
     
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    Gamba la Nyoka JF-Expert Member

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    I think The Prime Minister has done a great Job there.

    However I would like him to translate into action some of his observations as reiterated in his speech at UN, I mean it will be more useful if he tries and work hard to bring a new constitution in Tanzania as he praises Kenya to have done.

    We the people of Tanzania need a new constitution which will guarantee more rights to the citizen including the right to contest for leadership without being a member of a any political party, the constitution which will define the boundaries of each pillar of state more clearly.
     
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    Yote hayo aliyosema ni nadharia tu. Hilo la Zanzibar ni initiative ya WaZenji wenyewe. Matukio yanayotokea wakati wa kampeni za uchaguzi huu ni tosha kupinga alichowaambia huko UNO!
     
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    bona JF-Expert Member

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    there is so much stupidity among African leaders who went to address UN general assembly, they all talks about ridiculous stuff, you will never see any leader from south America, china, or Asia talks about free governance, democracy or human rights! those are not things that are going to develop us, leaders from south America or Asia talks about unfair agriculture regulations e.g provision of subsidies, development of industries, unfair trade regulations, energy and renewable energy etc, this continent will never develop, every day no productivity just issues of democracy, good governance, election etc, "tunahubiri kila kona ya dunia kana kwamba ndio mwarobaini wa matatizo yetu"
     
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    Africa was very much affected by religious and cultural interventions unlike china.We think and act dependently.Our educational institutions teach us to praise and embrace anything that is western.It took America 98 years to build it`s democracy but they are compelling us to build ours overnight.We need to choose a different path-That is liberate ourselves from western ways of thinking and draw our knowledge and inspiration from our very known heritages or rather fron ASIANS who have taken their own route though not all.Our leaders are letting us down-they know that no westener shall clap if they talk about really challenges-Mr pinda is a coward just like many others-they have been bought.Vot for slaa if you are tired of being dragged by the west
     
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