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Cleopa Msuya: Ya Tunisia yanaweza kutokea Tanzania

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

  1. Gurudumu

    Gurudumu JF-Expert Member

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    Amesema: "kutokana nayanayoendelea kutokea katika baadhi ya nchi za Afrika Kama Tunisia, Misri, Ivory Coast, na hata yanayoendelea Algeria, viongozi wetu wanatakiwa kuwa makini, kwani ni wazi pia yanaweza kutokea Tz"

    source: Dar Leo ya leo
  2. Scientist

    Scientist JF-Expert Member

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    Yatokee tu tumeshachoka na ushenzi wanaotufanyia hawa leaders wasio na aibu!!!!!... tutajitokeza kumuondoa nduli kikwete!!
  3. Mr. Zero

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    Yemen protests: Thousands call on president to leave
    Demonstrations were led by opposition members and youth activists
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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 are 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.
    'Time for change'
    Protesters gathered in several locations of the city on Thursday morning, chanting that it was "time for change", and referring to the popular uprising in Tunisia that ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali earlier this month.

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    The BBC's Frank Gardner says these are the largest demonstrations Yemen has seen for some time
    Opposition MP Abdulmalik al-Qasuss, from the al-Islah (Reform) party, echoed the demands of the protesters when he addressed them.
    "We gather today to demand the departure of President Saleh and his corrupt government," he was quoted as saying by AFP news agency.
    Counter-protests have also been staged by the party of President Saleh, the General People's Congress.
    Government supporter Saleh al-Mrani said the dissident protesters were a threat to the country's stability.
    "We are against whoever wants to trouble the country's interests. All Yemeni people are against that, and we will prevent any kind of disturbance," he said.

    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.
    Mr Saleh is also accused of wanting to hand power to his eldest son, Ahmed, who heads the elite presidential guard, but he has denied the accusations.

    "We are a republic. We reject bequeathing [the presidency]," he said in a televised address on Sunday.
    The editor-in-chief of the Yemen Post newspaper, Hakim al-Masmari, told the BBC World Service that Yemenis were no longer prepared to put up with widespread poverty.
    He said the protests were likely to continue because people felt that "all chances of a dialogue with the ruling party are vanishing".
    There have been a series of smaller protests in the lead up to Thursday's mass demonstrations.
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    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 Ben Ali's rule and ignited unrest elsewhere in the region, including Algeria and Egypt.
  4. jeviounipers

    jeviounipers Member

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    kwa hali ilivyo sasa, very likely kutokea, wala sitashangaa
  5. Juaangavu

    Juaangavu JF-Expert Member

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    Mungu atuepushe na hawa viongozi wasiyo na maono. Inakuwaje kiongozi usielewe kero wanazokabiliana nazo watu wako? Ni ulevi wa madarka au ni ulemavu ktk kufikiria?
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    MPadmire JF-Expert Member

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    Mfumuko wa bei wakati mishahara na kipato hakijaongezeka??? How comes? Hebu wachumi tusaidieni kuchora graph hapa ili kujustfy hii hali jamani..

    Inflation on very basic need for wakulima, sukari, chumvi, mafuta ya kupikia,?? what is wrong???
  7. Babu Lao

    Babu Lao JF-Expert Member

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    Kweli tumechoka sasa!!!
  8. LordJustice1

    LordJustice1 JF-Expert Member

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    Wakati wa ukombozi kwa Tanzania hauko mbali!
  9. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    mi niko tayari kujipiga motoooo ila masela muwahi tu kuuzima si mnajua?
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    Titans JF-Expert Member

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    may God help us reach that day tukimbilie masaki tukalipue huko.....
  11. Nyabwire

    Nyabwire Member

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    ha ha haaaaa,wakati unafanya hilo uwe karibu na gari la zima moto...
  12. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    aaa sikubali mimi nataka washaji ndio wawe na fire extinguisher si unajua zimamoto wetu wanakujaga bila maji? but serious inabidi tupiganie nchi yetu na haki zetu....kwa nini waarabu tu ndio wanaweza?au sisi sio binadamu
  13. Mallaba

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    As Arabs protest, Obama administration offers assertive support

    The Obama administration is openly supporting the anti-government demonstrations shaking the Arab Middle East, a stance that is far less tempered than the one the president has taken during past unrest in the region.
    As demonstrations in Tunis, Cairo and Beirut have unfolded in recent days, President Obama and his senior envoys to the region have thrown U.S. support clearly behind the protesters, speaking daily in favor of free speech and assembly even when the protests target longtime U.S. allies such as Egypt.
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that "the Egyptian government has an important opportunity . . . to respond to the legitimate needs and interests of the Egyptian people." She urged "the Egyptian authorities not to prevent peaceful protests or block communications, including on social media sites."
    Asked whether the administration supports Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs replied only: "Egypt is a strong ally."
    Administration officials say they will pursue a dual-track approach in the coming weeks, both speaking with civil activists in Egypt and meeting with officials to encourage reform in the bellwether Arab nation.
    Such an approach comes with a degree of risk in the region, where democratic reforms have often empowered well-organized Islamist movements at odds with U.S. objectives. As a result, the United States has often favored the stability of authoritarian allies in the Middle East over the uncertainty of democratic change.
    The administration's assertive stance contrasts sharply with Obama's approach during his first year in office, when he often tempered his advocacy of human rights and democracy with a large measure of pragmatism. His decision this time reflects the rising importance of those issues in his foreign policy goals.
    The president is also less reluctant to inject the United States into the Arab Middle East after two years of speaking directly to the Muslim world, withdrawing U.S. forces from Iraq and supporting an Israeli-Palestinian peace process, even though it has since faltered. Polls show U.S. popularity rising in many Arab countries since Obama took office and falling in a smaller number of others.
    "Some of the confidence and assertiveness comes from having spent time in government, and now we've identified ways where we want to make our push," said a senor administration official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss White House thinking on the Middle East developments.
    The official said Obama's emphasis on Internet freedom as well as on U.S.-funded programs to encourage rule of law and government accountability are among the measures the administration is using to foster change.
    "We've aligned our approach to where we see the currents of democratic reform moving," the official said.
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    Mzalendo80 JF-Expert Member

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    Bora yatokee tu maana tumeshachoka na ufisadi wao, viongozi gani wasiojali taifa:sick: KIKWETE FISADI:roll:
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    Babuyao JF-Expert Member

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    Haha, hapa kutokea ni kazi! Nilikuwa naongea na jamaa yangu mmoja kutoka afrika magharibi alinisisitizia kwamba sisi waafrika weusi tu waoga sana kwa mabomu na bunduki kuliko waarabu na wazungu katika kudai haki zao. Nilijaribu kumthibitishia kwamba hiyo siyo kweli lakini jamaa aling'ang'ania msimamo wake akiuthibitisha kwa mifano hai ya mateso waafrika tunayoyapata katika nchi zetu lakini hatuthubutu 'kuasi' bali tunabaki tunachelea tu. Loh!
  16. Gurudumu

    Gurudumu JF-Expert Member

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    Halafu unaita vyombo vya habari vya ndani na nje, unachagua kati ya mtaa wa Kongo au Stendi ya Ubungo ili wakisha kuzima waelekee Magogoni!
  17. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    sema tu watu wasikukaushie hadi ufe
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    ngwendu JF-Expert Member

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    kwa sababu kinachopigwa vita hapa si rais kikwete bali ni rais muislam jaribuni muone repakasheni yake ya upande wa pili. kwani hata sisi tumechoka na vituko vyenu.
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    Acha ujinga wewe!Dini inahusu nini kwenye mjadala huu...tuache tubaki na amani badala ya kuamsha hisia potofu.Unadhani ukichochea udini ikatokea vurugu wewe na familia yako mtapona? Watu kama nyinyi mnafaaa kuwekwa frontline.....
  20. Gurudumu

    Gurudumu JF-Expert Member

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    Nyie kina nani mkuu?