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As for many corrupt parties in Africa,this is what will definitely happen to CCM

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by nderingosha, Apr 18, 2011.

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    nderingosha JF-Expert Member

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    Hi there!! remember what happened to Kenya's KANU party?, i predict the worse to happen to CCM if it keeps on embracing corruption.My prediction to what will happen to CCM at the end is as referred hereby:

    Mubarak's party dissolved
    CAIRO: An Egyptian court has dissolved the former ruling National Democratic Party and ordered its funds and property to be handed to the government.
    "The administrative court issued a ruling to dissolve the NDP and seize its money, and its headquarters and buildings will be handed to the government," a judicial source said.
    The NDP, the party of the ousted Hosni Mubarak, was fighting for its survival after protests forced the president to resign on February 11. Much of its senior leadership is now behind bars on suspicion of corruption.
    Mr Mubarak was in a stable condition, state media said yesterday, after a reported heart attack during questioning on Tuesday.
    Mr Mubarak is suspected of involvement in the deaths of anti-regime protesters.
    The MENA state news agency said Mr Mubarak, 82, suffered from a "steep decline in blood pressure" at the time.
    "An ultrasound was taken of his heart and it showed it was functioning at 73 per cent (of capacity), which means his health condition has become stable," the report said.
    Mr Mubarak was placed in intensive care last Tuesday before being remanded in custody for 15 days.
    The public prosecutor has ordered his transfer to a military hospital in Cairo, but MENA reported it was unclear when he would be moved.
    Mr Mubarak had been confined to a villa in Sharm el-Sheikh since 18 days of mass protests forced him to resign on February 11.
    Last week, residents of Sharm el-Sheikh mounted a protest calling for him to leave the resort town. His sons, Alaa and Gamal, are in prison in the capital's south and face similar accusations.
    The Tora complex, once home to political prisoners, now hosts a growing number of former regime officials, including Mr Mubarak's interior minister and his former party's leadership.