Risala ya Rais Kikwete Umoja wa Mataifa

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Tanzania's President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete addresses the 66th United Nations General Assembly in New York September 22, 2011


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JAKAYA MRISHO KIKWETE, President of United Republic of Tanzania, said through the 50 years of its independence, his country had always believed that mediation, conflict prevention and pacific settlements of disputes were the best means for resolving conflicts. Over the years, it had contributed to mediation efforts, along with decolonization initiatives in Africa. Only Western Sahara remained outstanding, and he hoped the United Nations would expedite the process so that the Saharans could determine their future.

He also supported Palestine's quest for an independent homeland, and called for the end of embargoes on Cuba. "The people of these two countries have suffered far too long," he said. "It is time their burdens are eased from their shoulders." The United Republic of Tanzania would also never tire in its efforts to establish the United States of Africa, knowing that would be a gradual process and regional economic integration would be its foundation and building blocks.

He said that it was through multilateralism that nations and peoples could be brought together to shape their present and future, guaranteeing peace and development. The United Nations was as relevant today as it was 66 years ago, however, reform of multilateral institutions was needed to overcome governance deficits and make the Organization more representative of developing countries.

United Nations Security Council reforms should be expedited to include developing countries, he said, noting that no progress was being made now. Development was a core function of the United Nations, but good intentions had been stymied by countries not meeting their official development assistance (ODA) commitments of contributing 0.7 per cent of their gross domestic product (GDP). He appealed to those countries to keep their promises.

Support was especially needed now, he continued, as growth in African countries declined sharply from the recorded average 6 per cent before the financial crisis. Democracy was on the march in Africa and the Arab Spring capped it all. In addition, peace was reigning almost all over the continent, except Somalia. "All that Africa needs most is continued support to build the institutions of democracy and governance, as well as building economies and overcoming some serious challenges," he said. Among such challenges, food security and piracy activity demanded serious attention and international support.

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Tanzania na Msumbiji wanataka mchakato wa kuanzishwa kwa Taifa la Palestina je kuna siri yoyote hapo? Na je hotuba za Maraisi wengine wa Afrika zinasemaje?
 

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... but good intentions had been stymied by countries not meeting their official development assistance (ODA) commitments of contributing 0.7 per cent of their gross domestic product (GDP). He appealed to those countries to keep their promises.
Hivi Kikwete haoni aibu kusimama mbele ya General Assembly kuomba misaada ya hela? Yukoje huyu mzee?
 

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Maneno ya Viongozi wetu.... Rules and guidelines za uongozi za nchi.... Hata tu hii katiba yetu thou ina mapungufu na madhaifu kibao ingefuatwa nusu tu ya yale yamechapishwa mle - yana malengo mazuri na walau kungekua ahueni katika mambo mengi saana katika spheres mbali mbali ambazo ni mbovu kwa mwananchi. Na mbaya zaidi tuna bidii saana ya kulaumu Viongozi na kusahau nafasi zetu katika jamiii, kama wasomi... wajuvi... watambuzi sie twa fanya nini?? HAMNA Zaidi ya ku lubricate walo juu wazidi kua juu na kukandamiza wa chini..... Kazi ipo hasa.. na wala hata kuamka hatujaamka na karibu kuna kuchwa.....
 

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Tanzania's President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete addresses the 66th United Nations General Assembly in New York September 22, 2011


Statement Summary:

JAKAYA MRISHO KIKWETE, President of United Republic of Tanzania, said through the 50 years of its independence, his country had always believed that mediation, conflict prevention and pacific settlements of disputes were the best means for resolving conflicts. Over the years, it had contributed to mediation efforts, along with decolonization initiatives in Africa. Only Western Sahara remained outstanding, and he hoped the United Nations would expedite the process so that the Saharans could determine their future.

He also supported Palestine's quest for an independent homeland, and called for the end of embargoes on Cuba. "The people of these two countries have suffered far too long," he said. "It is time their burdens are eased from their shoulders." The United Republic of Tanzania would also never tire in its efforts to establish the United States of Africa, knowing that would be a gradual process and regional economic integration would be its foundation and building blocks.

He said that it was through multilateralism that nations and peoples could be brought together to shape their present and future, guaranteeing peace and development. The United Nations was as relevant today as it was 66 years ago, however, reform of multilateral institutions was needed to overcome governance deficits and make the Organization more representative of developing countries.

United Nations Security Council reforms should be expedited to include developing countries, he said, noting that no progress was being made now. Development was a core function of the United Nations, but good intentions had been stymied by countries not meeting their official development assistance (ODA) commitments of contributing 0.7 per cent of their gross domestic product (GDP). He appealed to those countries to keep their promises.

Support was especially needed now, he continued, as growth in African countries declined sharply from the recorded average 6 per cent before the financial crisis. Democracy was on the march in Africa and the Arab Spring capped it all. In addition, peace was reigning almost all over the continent, except Somalia. "All that Africa needs most is continued support to build the institutions of democracy and governance, as well as building economies and overcoming some serious challenges," he said. Among such challenges, food security and piracy activity demanded serious attention and international support.

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Great Speech,

He highlited the Tanzanians position in the global politics i.e. Freedom, Conflict resolutions through mediation, and economic development through trade and business...in particular economic integration.

He addresses the most injustice political and economic practice arround the world; i.e. palestians issue (Nyerere did it as well), Cuba economic embargo..this was and still the position of Tanzania in the global politics

He reminded the role of Tanzania in the African liberation through out the history, the role that must remain intact when it comes to economic liberation he insist!

Very Good President of URT, I appreciate
 
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Misterdennis

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Hivi Kikwete haoni aibu kusimama mbele ya General Assembly kuomba misaada ya hela? Yukoje huyu mzee?

Aibu ilishamtoka siku nyingi huyu... anadhani kuwa kiongozi wa nchi ni kwenda kuombaomba all the time and at every opportunity!!
Anatuaibisha sana. Awe anaenda anasikiliza, sio lazima aongee, akipenda anaweza hata kusinzia kama wenzake ... wa chama chake.
 

Misterdennis

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Great Speech,

He highlited the Tanzanians position in the global politics i.e. Freedom, Conflict resolution....... ..........Very Good President of URT, I appreciate

Utawajua tu walambaji wa miguu na makalio !!
Amesema nini tusichokifahamu ....... anawasemea wengine na kwake kumemshinda; kazi kiguu na njia kwenye mikutano ya kimataifa isiyokuwa na tija kwa TZ.
 

twahil

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Viva kikwete vivaaa.it is an interesting speech that i have ever heard from kikwete to colonialists.amemrithi ghadafi safi sana.umewathibitishia kuwa watz hawakufanya makosa kukurudisha madarakani.
 

Memo

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Viva kikwete vivaaa.it is an interesting speech that i have ever heard from kikwete to colonialists.amemrithi ghadafi safi sana.umewathibitishia kuwa watz hawakufanya makosa kukurudisha madarakani.
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zimmerman

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I have read his entire speech and the first nitpick is this:

"This year the United Republic of Tanzania which is a union between two sovereign states: the Republic of Tanganyika and the Peoples Republic of Zanzibar will
be celebrating fifty years of the independence of Tanganyika."

If the union was between two sovereign states, then where did the sovereignty of the Republic of Tanganyika go after the Union? It was sacrificed for the Union's sake and please Mr. President we the people of Tanganyika want our identity back....!
 

zimmerman

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Another nitpick:

"It is in this spirit that I wish to reaffirm our solidarity with the Palestinian people
in their rightful quest for an independent homeland. Our plea is for the fulfilment of the
vision of two states: The State of Israel and a sovereign, independent, democratic and
viable Palestine, living side‐by‐side in peace and harmony
."

Mr. President Kikwete, your spirit to wish the Palestinian people well wishes for the quest of sovereignty is well received.... But when you dig deeper you will come to understand that the case for Palestinian quest for statehood is a unique case. The questions to ask about before the Palestinians are given a state are as follows: what kind of State do the Palestinian wish to build? Will it be a democratic state with a desire to live in peace side by side with their neighbors, the jews? If that is so why do they demand a return of almost 5 million arab refugees who fled the area about 60 years ago? Where will the refugees come to settle? And why the Palestinians want an armed state? And why do the stress to have Jerusalem as the capital. All these questions must be answered adequately before the statehood is given. We dont want another holocaust. The arabs cannot be fully trusted. It is always their mantra to drive the jews to sea as they claim that the entire Holy Land belong to islam because, you know, arabs are mostly muslims.
 

Mzalendo80

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Mugabe peke yake ndio aliyotoa speech nzuri lakini huyu Kilaza Ombaomba hana chochote. Akwende zake pumbafuuu yake Fisadi mkubwa asiyekuwa na aibu
 

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