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Rais wa Maldives amejiuzulu!!

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  1. sumasuma

    sumasuma JF-Expert Member

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    [h=1]Maldives' President Resigns As VP Sworn In[/h]by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Sinan Hussain/AP
    Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed announced his resignation Tuesday in Male following weeks of public protests over his controversial order to arrest a senior judge.

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    February 7, 2012
    The first democratically elected president of the Maldives resigned Tuesday and was replaced by his vice president after the police and army clashed in the streets of the island nation amid protests over the arrest of a top judge.
    Mohammed Waheed Hassan, who previously worked as a top UNICEF official, was sworn in as the new Maldivian president in the afternoon. Soon after, the judge was released.
    The resignation of President Mohamed Nasheed marked a stunning fall for the former human rights campaigner who defeated the nation's longtime ruler in the country's first multiparty election. Nasheed was also an environmental celebrity, traveling the world to persuade governments to combat the climate change that could raise sea levels and inundate his archipelago nation.

    It was not a coup at all, it was the wish of the people.

    - Ahmed Thoufeeg, secretary to Mohammed Waheed Hassan

    Nasheed presented his resignation in a nationally televised address Tuesday afternoon after police joined the protesters and then clashed with soldiers in the streets. Some of the soldiers then defected to the police side.
    "I don't want to hurt any Maldivian. I feel my staying on in power will only increase the problems, and it will hurt our citizens," Nasheed said. "So the best option available to me is to step down."
    Maldivians waving flags poured into the streets to celebrate Nasheed's resignation. Some playfully threw water at each other.
    Hassan, who was educated at Stanford University in California, was the first television anchor in Maldives history and the first person shown live when local TV went on the air in 1978, according to his official biography.
    He became a top education official in the country, but eventually left under duress after getting elected to Parliament and incurring the ire of the autocratic government ruling in the 1990s, his biography said. He joined UNICEF and rose to be its representative in Afghanistan, helping rebuild schools and provide health services after the fall of the Taliban.
    Hassan's office denied widespread reports that the military pressured Nasheed to resign in the wake of the clashes.
    "It was not a coup at all, it was the wish of the people," said Ahmed Thoufeeg, Hassan's secretary.
    An advisor for Nasheed, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation, also dismissed claims the resignation came under duress from the military.
    The adviser said Nasheed was left with two choices: order a bloody military crackdown on the police dissidents or resign.
    The latest protests in this Indian Ocean nation known for its lavish beach resorts erupted after Nasheed ordered the military to arrest Abdulla Mohamed, the chief judge of the Criminal Court. The judge had ordered the release of a government critic he said had been illegally detained.
    Hassan then the vice president the Supreme Court, Human Rights Commission, Judicial Services Commission and the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights all called for Mohamed to be released.
    Nasheed's government accused the judge of political bias and corruption, said the country's judicial system had failed and called for U.N help to solve the crisis.
    The crisis came to a head Tuesday when hundreds of police demonstrated in the capital, Male, after officials ordered them to withdraw protection for government and opposition supporters protesting close to each other. The withdrawal resulted in a clash that injured at least three people.
    Later, troops fired rubber bullets and clashed with the police. When Nasheed visited the police and urged them to end the protest, they refused and instead chanted for his resignation. Mohamed was released after Hassan took power.
    Nasheed began his term with great hopes, ending Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's 30-year-reign by winning the country's first democratic elections in 2008. Supporters danced and cheered in the streets at the victory of the charismatic pro-democracy activist, who had been repeatedly jailed by Gayoom's regime.
    Nasheed became an energetic global environmental crusader, founding the Climate Vulnerable Forum, to coordinate environmental policy among a group of about 30 countries most affected by climate change.
    He held a Cabinet meeting underwater in scuba gear to dramatize the threat of rising oceans to his low-lying archipelago nation of 300,000 people, and said he may need to relocate his entire population if nothing was done. He also announced plans to make his nation "carbon-neutral," using wind and solar projects.
    A documentary on his efforts, The Island President, won awards at the Sundance and Toronto film festivals and is slated to open next month in New York.
    But over the past year, Nasheed was battered by protests in his Sunni Muslim nation.
    Maldivians demonstrated against soaring prices they blamed on economic reforms he said were needed to bridge the budget deficit. Islamic activists also protested in demand of more religiously conservative policies.
    As the protests grew, there were disturbing signs the one-time rights activist was changing.
    Police routinely cracked down on opposition protests, while letting government supporters gather freely. For many, the judge's arrest three weeks ago was the final straw.

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    good...sie bado tuko kwenye ulofa wa wali, ng'ombe na t shirt!
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    Kikwete naye aachie ngazi!
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    [h=6]Rais wa visiwa vya Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed, amejiuzulu hii leo (07.02.2012) baada ya vikosi vya polisi kuanzisha uasi kufuatia wiki tatu za maandamano ya upinzani unaodai kuachiwa huru rais wa mahakama ya jinai. Rais Mohammed Nasheed ametangaza uamuzi wake wa kujiuzulu wakati wa mkutano na waandishi habari, kupitia televisheni ya taifa hii leo.[/h]
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    asante kwa taarifa.
    mods mpo?
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    Ajiuzulu kwa lipi? kuweni watu wa kujenga hoja bana siyo kukurupuka tu, eti kwa kuwa huyo amejiuzu basi na yeye! Non sense kabisa
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    Nani huyo?
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    Ni kweli bana, atuambie yeye kaitoa wapi hii?
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    Hizi ndio sababu za maana? Kweli watanzania bado tuko gizani
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    kama haujui kusoma hata picha pia hauioni? yaani leo ni ya kuuliza yaliyomshinda jk? mbona ni mengi mno au wewe ndio umekurupuka kuijibu hoja