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Mubarak agoma tena kuachia ngazi.

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  1. samirnasri

    samirnasri JF-Expert Member

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    Rais wa misri Hosni Mubaraka ameendelea kugoma kuachia madaraka na kudai kwamba ataendelea kuwepo madarakani hadi mwisho wa kipindi chake cha uongozi mwezi septemba mwaka huu. Mubarak amesema hayo jana katika hotuba yake kupitia televisheni ya taifa ambapo waandamanaji wengi waliamini angetangaza rasmi kuachia madaraka..
     
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    samirnasri JF-Expert Member

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    Source: bbc idhaa ya kiswahili.
     
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    samirnasri JF-Expert Member

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    Rais wa misri Hosni Mubaraka ameendelea kugoma kuachia madaraka na kudai kwamba ataendelea kuwepo madarakani hadi mwisho wa kipindi chake cha uongozi mwezi septemba mwaka huu. Mubarak amesema hayo jana katika hotuba yake kupitia televisheni ya taifa ambapo waandamanaji wengi waliamini angetangaza rasmi kuachia madaraka..
     
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    Huyu bwana ana roho ngumu dunia nzima!
     
  5. Mallaba

    Mallaba JF-Expert Member

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    sio kweli kuwa jamaa anaroho ngumu.
    Amekubali kutoa madaraka kwa Vice-President,
    Amekubali kubadirisha vifungu 6 vya katiba
    Amesema mzungumuzo na vyama vya upinzani viendelee kama kawaida
    Amesema ataachia ofisi pindi tu uchaguzi ukikamilika na kuwepo kiongozi aliyechaguliwa kikatiba
    Na amesema kitu anachochukizwa nacho sio Maandamamo ya wana-Misri, bali
    ni kile alichokisema makelele kutoka nchi za nje kumlazimisha aachie madaraka, kweli amesema anachukizwa sana na hicho kitendo chao

    Amesema kuwa hawezi kuachia ofisi kwa sababu nyingi tu:
    1.Hali ya usalama wa nchi ni tete sana
    2. Kunauwezo wa nchi kuchukuliwa na Extremists
    3.Kuna uwezekano hata uchaguzi huru unaotegemewa mwezi wa 9 usifanyike sababu za insatbility
     
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    Mubarak transfers power to VP


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    Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak addresses the nation in this still image taken from video February 10, 2011. [Photo/Agencies]​

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    Egypt's Vice President Omar Suleiman addresses the nation on Egyptian State TV, in this still image taken from video, February 10, 2011. Suleiman, speaking on Thursday after President Hosni Mubarak handed him presidential powers, said Egyptians would not be dragged into chaos or used as tools for sabotage. [Photo/Agencies]​
    CAIRO - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said in a televised speech on Thursday night that he will hand over power to Vice President Omar Suleiman, but will not resign, in a response to more than two weeks of mass protests against his 30-year rule, the country's state TV reported. ​

    "According to the constitution, I will shoulder my responsibilities until the country witnesses the stable and peaceful transfer of power in September," Mubarak said.
    He announced that he confirmed six amendments to the Egyptian constitution, to prepare for honest elections.
    The constitutional amendments will be open to lifting the state emergency law, he said.
    In the meanwhile, Mubarak praised Egyptian young protesters for their efforts, saying "I don't feel embarrassment in holding talks with the youths and creating dialogue."
    "The protesters' blood will not be in vain", he reiterated, adding that all those behind the violence will be held accountable.
    He also refused to leave the country as was demanded by the protesters.
    "I will die on the soil," he added.
    As the president ended his speech, people in central Cairo's Tahrir Square chanted "he must leave," obviously unsatisfied with Mubarak's concession.
    Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman on Thursday night asked protesters and strikers to go back home and resume work, in his first public speech after President Hosni Mubarak handed over power to him.
    Egyptians would not be dragged into chaos or used as tools for sabotage. He said the army had protected the "revolution of the youth".
     
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    Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- Protesters in Egypt, rowdy with revolutionary fervor, dug in for an 18th day of demonstrations Friday, one day after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused to step down.
    In a highly anticipated speech, Mubarak clung to the presidency but said he would "delegate powers" to Vice President Omar Suleiman according to the constitution -- a major concession from the man who has ruled Egypt with an iron grip for 30 years.
    His speech, however, enraged protesters in Tahrir Square, who want Mubarak to leave now. Packed in like sardines and showing no sign of giving up, many said they were spending the night in the square for the first time since the protests began. The mood of the crowd was relentlessly upbeat, even at 3 a.m..
    A splinter group of demonstrators marched to the presidential palace, where the military maintains a strong presence. Another group rallied in front of a state television building.
    Massive street demonstrations are expected on Friday.
     
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    Israel's Barak: Up to Egyptian people to find its way
    Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on Thursday it was up to the Egyptian people to find its way ahead according to the country's constitution.
    Speaking to reporters after meeting U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Barak was responding to a question about Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's plan to remain in office while delegating powers to his vice president.
    "It's up to the Egyptian people to find their way and to do it according to their own constitution, norms and practices," he said.
    He declined to comment further but said he was not pessimistic about prospects for the Middle East peace process, despite the turmoil in Egypt and elsewhere in the Arab world.
    "I am still optimistic," Barak said. "In spite of all the turbulence around us, we should look for opportunities within those difficulties rather than to spiral into a sense of too heavy uncertainty that paralyzes us from acting toward a better and more stable region."
     
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    Chinese FM: Leave internal affairs to Egyptians

    ABU DHABI - China believes that Egypt has sufficient wisdom and capability to overcome difficulties and realize national stability and development, visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi told his Egyptian counterpart in a telephone conversation Thursday.
    Yang, who was on a visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), told the Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit that China pays close attention to the situation in Egypt, adding that Egypt, as an influential country in the Middle East, is vital to the region's stability.
    Egypt's internal affairs should be resolved by Egyptians themselves and should be free of outside interference, he added.
    Gheit briefed Yang on Egypt's situation, saying his government was taking measures to safeguard social stability and return the country to normality.
    Both sides also expressed satisfaction with the development of China-Egypt relations in the past year, saying the strategic cooperation between the two countries has great potential and broad development prospects.
    Yang arrived in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi late Wednesday for an official visit to the Gulf nation.
     
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    Minister: Israel must move ahead toward peace


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    Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak speaks during an International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust at United Nations Headquarters in New York, February 10, 2011. [Photo/Agencies]



    UNITED NATIONS – Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Thursday the country must move forward with the Mideast peace process and try to promote stability with all its neighbors despite the turbulence in the region.
    The Israeli minister spoke to reporters briefly after meeting with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The meeting took place as Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was announcing that he would remain president but was handing his powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman.
    "We have to continue the whole time to look for ways to move forward in this new reality because the alternatives are more complicated, more complex and more dangerous from any other option," Barak said in Hebrew. "We have to continue to move towards trying to find arrangements with all our neighbors."

    Barak said he would not respond to what is happening in Egypt, explaining that "it's up to the Egyptian people to find a way and to do it according with their own constitution, norms and practices."
    But Israel is deeply worried about the prospect that Mubarak could be forced to step down by the unprecedented street protests in Egypt and that a less friendly government will emerge.
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that any new government must maintain their 1979 peace deal - Israel's first with an Arab nation. And Israel's President Shimon Peres delivered an impassioned defense of Mubarak on Saturday, crediting him with preserving three decades of peace between the two nations and warning that his ouster and replacement by the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's best organized opposition movement, won't bring peace.
    Barak said that the recent events in Egypt and elsewhere make a lot of Israelis "feel weak-kneed."
    "Israel is strong, although we do have to follow things very carefully and make sure that Israel remains strong and to upgrade our security situation," he said. "That said, the reality will not change for the better if we will sink into inaction. We have to move forward all the time with the peace process. We have to diminish tensions."
    Barak said he and Ban discussed prospects by the Quartet of Mideast peacemakers - the UN, the US the European Union and Russia - and the international community to move forward on the stalled Mideast peace process and recent developments in Egypt and North Africa.
    The Quartet met last Saturday in Munich and expressed regret at Israel's decision to end a 10-month moratorium on construction in Jewish settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem which led to the collapse of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks just weeks after they had restarted in September. The US, UN and EU and others have called for urgent progress on efforts to press Israel and the Palestinians to resume talks.
    Barak said Israel recently approved a set of confidence-building measures and is ready to open immediate discussions with the Palestinians on how to establish security arrangements with the future Palestinian state. Ultimately, he said, both sides have to deal with the core outstanding issues face-to-face "in order to have a breakthrough or to find what could be done if a full agreement cannot be achieved."
     
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    Itafikia wakati ataamua mwenyewe kuachia ngazi hali bado ni tete sana nchini Misri!
     
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    Mubarak hajaachia ngazi!!!!! Kamgawia madaraka Makamu wake. Wanaharakati bado wapo Tahrir kama kawa na inasemekana leo Ijumaa ndo wataonyesha nguvu yao kubwa ya UMMA. Lakini Wamasri wasisahau kuwa Nasser, Sadat na Mubarak ni wanajeshi waliovaa nguo za kiraia. Nasser aliondoka madarakani kwa kifo cha Presha baada ya kupigwa vibaya na Waisraeli. Saddat aliuwawa kwa risasi. Mubarak ndo atoke kirahisi rahisi kwa shinikizo!! Atatoka kama alivyoahidi au vinginevyo anaweza liachia jeshi. Bado ukombozi unaendelea toka walivyofanya mapinduzi ya kuung'oa ufalme. Tanzania pia ina safu kubwa ya viongozi wa juu wanajeshi aliyoijenga Mwalimu. Kelele za mlango hazimsumbui ..............!!!
     
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    Ahadi! Ahadi! Ahadi! kama mwanasiasa yeyote. Msisahau kuwa Mbarak ni Kiongozi wa Afrika, sioni tafauti kati yake ne wengi wao kama yeye, mfano wa karibuni Gagbo. Hawa watu kama hawakupigwa teke la ****** hawang'atuki. Hawasomi alama za nyakati. Ikiwa tayari ameshakabidhi madaraka ya uraisi kwa Omar Suleiman, sasa yeye kazi yake nini hapo? Tusijidanganye: Mubarak asiwadanganye Wamisri na Waafrika kwa jumla.
    Mubarak amedumu hapo miaka 30, ana miaka 83, mgonjwa. Itakuwaje na nani amuamini kuleta mabadiliko ndani ya miezi saba, mabadiliko aliyoshindwa kuyafanya miaka 30 illiyopita?
    Ninalojua ni moja tu; Mubarak amemchemsha na yeye au Misri italipa gharama kubwa. Mungu Ibariki Afrika! Mungu tuondoshee viongozi kama Mubarak, Gagbo, Kikwete, Gadafi....
     
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