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Waarabu wamecharuka(samaki wakasirika) sisi tunaweza?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Saint Ivuga, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    Jamani ukifuatilia sasa hivi nchi za uarabuni kuna mwamko mkubwa zidi ya uonevu, na hii ni baada ya Tunisia kufanikiwa kuondoa jabali lao ambalo lilikaa madarakani kwa mda mrefu ,watu waliandamana na wengine kujipiga kiberiti, sasa hii hali imehamia misri,watu wasiopungua saba kule wamejipiga viberiti ,hii inaonyesha kabisa kuwa ngoma ukiipiga sana inapasuka.na kule lebanon kulikuwa na machafuko ya aina hii, kuna nchi nyingine inaitwa Yemen nao jana tu ndio wamelianzisha wakimtaka Rias aondoke madarakani .....sitaki kuorganize hii kitu hapa nchini kwetu ila nasema hizi ngoma ikilia sana itakuja kupasuka siku moja tu amini haya maneno..na sisi tunapigwa kila siku tu..
     
  2. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    7 January 2011 Last updated at 10:35 GM
    Yemen protests: Thousands call on president to leave
    [​IMG] Rights activist Tawakul Karman (centre) heads the group calling on President Saleh to step down
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    Thousands of Yemenis are demonstrating in the capital Sanaa, calling on Ali Abdullah Saleh, president for more than 30 years, to step down.
    This comes after mass protests in Egypt and a popular uprising in Tunisia that ousted its long-time leader.
    Yemeni opposition members and youth activists gathered in four parts of the city, including Sanaa University, chanting anti-government slogans.
    They also called for economic reforms and an end to corruption.
    Yemenis complain of mounting poverty among a growing young population and frustration with a lack of political freedoms.
    The country has also been plagued by a range of security issues, including a separatist movement in the south and an uprising of Shia Houthi rebels in the north.
    There mounting fears that Yemen is becoming a leading al-Qaeda haven, with the high numbers of unemployed youths seen as potential recruits for Islamist militant groups.
    'Tunisia-inspired'
    There have been a series of smaller protests in the lead up to Thursday's mass demonstrations.
    Continue reading the main story Economic and social problems

    • Poorest country in the Middle East with 40% of Yemenis living on less than $2 (£1.25) a day
    • More than two-thirds of the population under the age of 24
    • Illiteracy stands at over 50%, unemployment at 35%
    • Dwindling oil reserves and falling oil revenues; Little inward investment
    • Acute water shortage
    • Weak central government
    On Saturday, hundreds of Sanaa University students held competing protests on campus, with some calling for President Saleh to step down and others for him to remain in office.
    Over the weekend, Yemeni authorities arrested prominent rights activist, Tawakul Karman, accusing her of organising the anti-government protests. Her arrest sparked further protests in Sanaa.
    After her release from prison on Monday, she told CNN that there was a revolution taking place in her country inspired by Tunisia's so-called Jasmine Revolution.
    Protests in Tunisia have ended 23 years of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali's rule and ignited unrest elsewhere in the region, including Algeria and Egypt.
    President Saleh, a Western ally, became leader of North Yemen in 1978, and has ruled the Republic of Yemen since the north and south merged in 1990. He was last re-elected in 2006.
    Yemenis are angry over parliament's attempts to loosen the rules on presidential term limits, sparking opposition concerns that Mr Saleh might try to appoint himself president for life
     
  3. Chimunguru

    Chimunguru JF-Expert Member

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    Bado Bongo, bado Bongo bado bongo, mkwere lazima azamie boti akaibukie zenjiiiiii
     
  4. BULLDOZZER

    BULLDOZZER Senior Member

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    Ivuga.
    Fafanua hapo kwenye Red. Tunapigwa na nani?. Wapi? Kwa nini?. Mbona jana hakuna aliyepigwa?
    Kama tunapigwa kwa utovu wa adabu nani alaumiwe?

    Yanayotokea Huko Uarabuni yapo kwenye maandiko. Hayo ni lazima yatokee. Kama hujui Uliza!
     
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    BULLDOZZER Senior Member

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    Acha kujishaua. Kama wewe kidume tutaona maandamano ya kupinga kuongezeka bei ya umeme ya TUCTA siku ya Jumamosi 29th pamoja na Dowans.

    Hapo ndipo kipimo kitapatikana. zaidi ni majungu tu na kujishaushau!
     
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