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Mukama ahudhuria mkutano wa kijamaa

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Makupa, Aug 31, 2012.

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    Makupa JF-Expert Member

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    Katibu mkuu wa CCM yupo Afrika kusini kuhudhuria mkutano wa vyama vya siasa vinavyofuata siasa za mrengo wa kijamaa , unaofanyika katika jiji la Capetown.
    Chanzo: Uhuru
     
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    bushman JF-Expert Member

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    Kwani ccm ni chama cha kijamaaa???huyu mzee anazeeka vibaya!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Power G JF-Expert Member

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    Labda kama ni mkutanao wa vyama vilivyowahi kuwa vya kijamaa, na siyo vyama vya kijamaa kwa sasa.
     
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    Precise Pangolin JF-Expert Member

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    Labda mkutano wa mijamaa wezi wa Mali za umma
     
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    Makupa JF-Expert Member

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    mkuu una ushaidi ama unaropoka tu
     
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    Kongosho JF-Expert Member

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    Huyu naye ni nani? Ana kazi gani??
     
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    mwabakuki JF-Expert Member

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    hivi CCM bado ni chama cha kijamaa ati???? nauliza tu bandugu
     
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    Marire JF-Expert Member

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    wewe utakuwa CHIKAWE nini kwa kutetea mafisadi ni balaa
     
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    ujamaa kwetu nadhani, uliishia enzi za Mwalimu Nyerere.
     
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    kuna safari zingine wenzenu hawaendei mada wako kimaslahi na ki-posho zaidi ,ndo huyu Babu wa UKEREWE!
     
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    Nadhani ni mkutano wa vyama vilivyoasi ujamaa.
     
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    Ndinani JF-Expert Member

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    Chikawe lazima awatetee wezi wenzie; yeye katuibia kaenda nunua nyumba Lushoto!!! Talk of waziri wa sheria,he is just another thief stealing from our cookie jar!!!!
     
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    Nape anauita Ujamaa wa kiafrika, sijui ndio mdudu gani huyo.
     
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    MPIGA ZEZE JF-Expert Member

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    Nepi yuko sahihi, "ujamaa wa kiafrika" ni UFISADI kama huu huu unaoushuhudia hapa Bongoland.
     
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    malaka JF-Expert Member

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    Samahani jamani huyu Mkama ndio nani?
     
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    ralphjn Senior Member

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    Hata wewe mwenyewe ushaidi unao.Infact everyone hata watoto wadogo ushahidi wanao.
     
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    CHANZO: uhuru

    napita tu
     
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    [FONT=&quot]SISIEMU ni chama hatari sana sana kinapandikiza udini,ukabila na mauaji Tanzania,Chama hiki 2005 kilikataliwa sana mijini,lakini kwa sasa mpaka vijijini ndani ndani huko Maswa,Meatu,Bukombe,Ukerewe n.k.,wote wazee kwa vijana wamekikataa hawakitaki tena,hawataki hata kukisikia wanasema 2015 lazima wakichinjie baharini.[/FONT]
     
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    [h=1]XXIV Congress[/h] [h=2]XXIV Congress of the Socialist International, Cape Town
    For a new internationalism and a new culture of solidarity
    [/h] [h=3]30 August-01 September 2012[/h] [​IMG]

    The XXIV Congress of the Socialist International opened on Thursday 30 August 2012 in Cape Town, South Africa. Over four hundred participants from more than one hundred political parties and organisations gathered for the event that took place under the heading of ‘For a New Internationalism and a New Culture of Solidarity'.

    The Congress, which runs until Saturday 1 September, is being hosted by the African National Congress (ANC) in the year of its 100th anniversary, the first Congress in the history of the International to take place in Africa.

    The agenda includes four key themes: ‘For an economy with jobs, growth and social protection: the social democratic response to the financial crisis'; The struggle for rights and freedoms: strengthening representative democracy and gaining new democracies in the world'; ‘For a common road to peace, sustainability and cooperation: the need to secure multilateralism'; ‘For a new internationalism and a new culture of solidarity among people and between nations'.

    Opening

    The Congress first observed a minute's silence in memory of John Atta Mills, Ghana's inspirational president, and reflected on his commitment to democracy, his party and country.

    Socialist International President George Papandreou opened the Congress, thanking our hosts the ANC, and expressing his gratitude for the warm welcome received. The Congress would in the morning focus on the first theme, the economy, and after lunch, elections would take place for the posts of the SI Secretary General and SI Vice-Presidents.

    Deputy President of South Africa and the ANC, Kgalema Motlanthe, gave a welcoming speech on the democratic movement in Africa and across the world. He recognised that poverty and inequality were terms now not only associated with the developing world but, since the financial crisis, frequently also used to describe situations in the developed world.

    Papandreou then delivered a speech in which he stressed the continued need to work in solidarity in order to resolve the problems of the global market. Remarking that many still believed this was a fight between the market and state, a false dichotomy, he stated it is in fact a fight between two clear choices: the market either serves the powerful few or is remodelled to serve the common good and to the benefit and freedom of all the population.

    For an economy with jobs, growth and social protection: the social democratic response to the financial crisis

    He was followed by keynote speakers on the first main theme, Prime Minister of Belgium and SI Vice-President, Elio di Rupo and Phil Angelides, Chair of the US Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission; SI Vice-President Ségolène Royal; Trevor Manuel, Minister of Planning of South Africa; leader of CHP, Turkey, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu; and SI Vice-President Alfred Gusenbauer (SPOe, Austria).

    Elections

    [​IMG]After lunch the Congress reconvened for the election of the SI leadership. SI President George Papandreou was re-elected unanimously by a show of hands, and graciously accepted the vote for his continued presidency.

    Candidates for the post of Secretary General, incumbent Luis Ayala and Vice-President of the SI, Mona Sahlin from the SAP, Sweden, gave their electoral presentations. A vote then took place by secret ballot, overseen by the Electoral Commission, which included a representative from each continent. The election was won by Luis Ayala.

    On Friday 30 August, Head of the Electoral Commission of the SI, Tero Shemeikka, from the Finnish Social Democratic Party, SDP, announced the results of the Presidium elections. A list of those elected at the Congress is available here.

    Continuing discussions on the Financial Crisis

    After elections we returned to our first main theme. On this, the Congress heard from Sergei Stanishev, President of the PES; SI Vice-President Beatriz Paredes (PRI, Mexico); Hannes Swoboda, President of the S&D Group in the European Parliament; Ouaffa Hajji, the new President of the SI Women; Carlos Eduardo Vieira da Cunha (PDT, Brazil), SI Vice-President; Fatallah Oualalou (USFP, Morocco), former Finance and Economy Minster of Morocco; Manuel Laguarda, SI Vice-President (PS, Uruguay); and Purificación Causapié (PSOE, Spain).


    Friday 31 August 2012


    [​IMG]The Congress of the Socialist International continued on Friday 31 August, with participants hearing a keynote speech from Jacob Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa and the ANC. Zuma began by expressing his honour of hosting this Congress that is bringing together progressive forces from around the world. He spoke on the positive aspects of globalisation, such as the shift in economic power and the emergence of new global players. However, globalisation, he said, also brought negative ramifications, such as a rise in inequality, increasing job insecurity for women, and youth unemployment. Jacob Zuma stressed that we must respond to these global challenges 'in line with the theme of this congress, the New Internationalism and a New Culture of Solidarity'.

    The struggle for rights and freedoms: strengthening representative democracy and gaining new democracies in the world

    Speeches were then heard on the second main theme of the Congress from Navinchandra, Ramgoolan, Prime Minister of Mauritius, Mauritius Labour Party; Marian Lupa, Moldova PDM; Sukhbaataryn Batbold, former Prime Minister of Mongolia, Mongolian People's Party; Stefan Lofven, Chair of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, Sweden; Yasmine Durate, ANC; Mian Raza Rabbani, Pakistan People's Party; Juan Moscoso del Prado, Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, PSOE, Spain; Mohamed Ghaleb Ahmed Alsaqladi, Yemeni Socialist Party; Ibrahima N'Diaye, African Party for Solidarity and Justice, ADEMA-PASJ, Mali; Zharmakhan Tuyakbay, Chair of the Nationwide Social Deomcratic Party, OSDP, Kazakhstan; and Zita Gurmai, President of PES Women.

    For a common road to peace, sustainability and cooperation: the need to secure multilateralism

    In the afternoon session, the Congress turned to its third main theme with a keynote speech delivered by the newly elected Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Speaking on the importance of multilateralism, she said, humanity can find solutions to common problems if they cooperate. Paying tribute to the work of the United Nations, Dlamini-Zuma observed that it represents ‘the greatest collective achievement of human kind'. She stressed that the United Nations, and crucially, the Bretton Wood's Institutions, were in need of improvement and strengthening. She concluded that the time has never been better to push for reform, and that we must unite around issues, as we have done around the debt crisis and the isolation of apartheid.

    The Congress then heard speeches on this theme from Satyaurat Chaturvedi, INC, India; Hermes Binner, PS, Argentina; Sergey Mironov, leader of A Just Russia Party; Nabeel Shath, Fatah, Palestine; Avshalom Vilan, Meretz, Israel; Mustafa Bargouthi, PNI, Palestine; and Hikmet Mohammed Kareem, PUK, Iraq.
    Following these, Congress returned to our second main theme, democracy, and heard speeches from Marcelo Stubrin, Radical Civil Union, Argentina; Kofi Awooner, NDC, Ghana; Omar Barboza, UNT, Venezuela; Kalla Ankourao, PNDS, Niger; Gaoussou Touré, RPG, Guinea; Denis MacShane, The Labour Party, Great Britain; Bachir Sayed, Polisario Front, Western Sahara; Wenceslao Mansongo, CPDS, Equatorial Guinea; Beatriz Talegón, Secretary General of the IUSY; Nouzha Chekrouni, SI Vice-President, Morocco; and Ahmed Ould Daddah, leader of RFD, Mauritania.

    SI Presidium

    The newly elected SI Presidium held its first meeting at the conclusion of the second day of Congress. Members expressed thanks to Jacob Zuma, who, despite his busy schedule as a Head of State, was able to take the time to attend the meeting, fulfilling his role as an elected Vice-President.
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