Taariikhdu waxbay hagtaa, dadkuna wuu haybiyaa……Dhacdo kasta oo dunida ka dhacdaa raad ayey ka tagtaa, siiba dhacdooyinka murgada leh ee ay ka mid yihiin Xasuuqa iyo dil wadareedka lagu bartilmaamaysto Isir iyo Qoomiyad gaara oo aan waxba galabsan. sida caadiga ah wax kasta oo la qariyaa ma qarsoomaan, wakhti kasta ha qaadatee wax badan ayaa la ogaadaa marka muddo ka soo wareegto.
Thursday, July 22, 2010
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Hooyo la goblamiyay, oo saygeedii iyo walaalaheedna la xasuuqay!
Thursday, July 8, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Several monitor groups followed Somaliland's second presidential polls since independence in 1991, both foreign and national. All agree that the election was well organised and free, which is ultimately witnessed by the victory of opposition candidate Ahmed Mahamoud Silanyo.
Somaliland Non-State Actors Forum (SONSAF), who deployed a larger Somaliland-wide non-partisan election observers' group, today issued a statement agreeing to foreign observers. "The 26 June 2010 Presidential election took place in a general peaceful and transparent environment," SONSAF concludes.
Monday, July 5, 2010
In my capacity as Professor at the University of South Africa, I was honoured to witness Somaliland’s 2010 Presidential Elections over a 7 day period (22 to 29 June 2010). A veritable feast for field-researchers and NEPAD political activists for good governance!
Indeed, this 2nd historic Somaliland Presidential election is a huge success. The peaceful transfer of power via the ballot box, and the credible democratic election process – a rarity, is an additional boon to Somaliland’s reputation as ‘Africa’s best-kept secret’.