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    And when they are training our navy and Air force it will be reported as a "Latin American" and an "Eastern European" country respectively
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    A Somaliland delegation led by foreign minister Mr. Faratoon, had proposed a union with Republic of China (Taiwan). For the Taiwanese , since they do not share a border with Somaliland , it was a welcome joke, but the minister insisted that sharing borders with another country is not a requirement for this union to happen. He suddenly put on the table a document signed by his president and told the audience to be serious and hear him out. The Taiwanese hosts were shocked how serious the minister was and decided to give him the floor. Minister Faratoon acknowledged the seriousness of the issue and said he have to stand up to deliver the sales pitch of the century. As he begun his sermon and the merits of this union, Dr. Edna who was sitting beside him sensed that Mr. Faratoon was some what hesitating in his delivery, and jumped to eloquently set the stage. As she sat down, another member of the delegation Ahmed Yasin, jumped to the fray and said, " as the speaker of Somaliland parliament" ( he is not the speaker but the deputy , but what do the Chinese juniors know) and said we got your General Assembly seat in silver plate. The delegation explained the steps to be taken to achieve a seat at the UN for the united countries of SomTaiwa. Here are the steps: Somaliland: First, Taiwan have to spend money for Somaliland recognition in Africa. Since everyone is saying Africans should be first decide if Somaliland is to be recognized, we will buy African votes within the African Union. THere are already enough candidates willing to recognize us if the price is right. South Sudan, Guinea, Gambia, Chad, Kenya are among those who could give as the first votes. Taiwan: How much money does it take to buy these votes? Somaliland: Few hundred million dollars.. Taiwan: that is a bargain. less than a billions for a UN seat, that would be the best deal ever. We are willing to spend 5% of our sovereign wealth which is billions to achieve a UN seat. Having said that how could that translate a victory for Tiawan? Somaliland: If you are willing to pay, we could get two dozen Africans, and then repeat the same plot in Latin America places like Guatemala, El Salvador, Peru and son. Within few years we could get 50 countries who would recognize Somaliland. Taiwan: of course., but you did not answer my question. How could that benefit us? Somaliland: WE will become one united country before we start the journey. When we get the recognition you will get too. A vote of recognition for Somaliland will be a UN seat for Tiawan. Taiwan: What should we call that country? Somaliland: didn't we said earlier? It will be called SomTaiwa. Taiwan: We like the idea but we want our name Taiwan to be before yours. Like TaiwaSom. It is only fair since we are bankrolling the whole campaign. Somaliland: give us a minute, we have to discuss about this new development of the name, because we assumed SomTaiwa was the name we agreed upon. Well, now the debate had started among the delegation. Minister Faratoon and another one from west Burco insisted that we are not willing to lose the Somali word in this name change. Dr. Edna and Ahmed Yasin who are close to Biixi disagreed. They said, " We do not mind losing this Somali thing, because some us had even had thought many years ago that instead of calling us the colonial name Somaliland , we should have called ourselves Maandeeq or even Shankaroonland. Saleebaan Gaal who did not say a word in all this debate , stood up and said, I can not allow Somaliland to be swallowed by these small eyed people, let us go home and debate this back home in Somaliland. Dr. Edna jumped and said, " how do you intend to debate this in a public forum? Saleebaan Gaal: we will tell the people the usual lie and explain that Taiwan is willing to make economic integration and future free trade with us. The delegation went back to the room and told the Taiwanese, " we will be back" and left. Folks, the debate continues.
  3. 3 points
    Kenya's Raila Odinga is expected to arrive in Hargeisa soon. There are political movements in Nairobi in support for Somaliland. Mr. Raila Odinga is a strong supporter of Somaliland.
  4. 3 points
    Even what you have suggested, as wild a move as they are, doesn't amount to much at all. Probably the publicity this whole thing has generated so far for Somaliland, if quantified in dollar terms, is more benefiticial than anything China can do to harm Somaliland. From the outset, I can say that China, the country, the system, the way they do business or even engage others, is not compatible with Somaliland's. They are pro-dictatorship, they do not encourage civil liberty, accountability, free press etc. The things that are dear to anyone who has a thinking mind and cherishes freedom. Whereas, Taiwan is the polar opposite to the China-Way. The Taiwan Model is about openness, liberty, freedom, democracy, free press etc. All the things I want Somaliland to be and learn. The intangible benefits of this relationship is enormous. Just consider, Taiwan sending its election observers to Somaliland. That is in itself a benefit that China cannot provide. More over, I think Israel comes to mind of a country that has successfully reserved the trend. If in the 1970s, 80s countries were all severing diplomatic ties with the Jewish state, today it is different. Many African countries are reestablishing links with Israel. Even some Arab countries are openly or covertly doing so. Hence, this new relationship between Somaliland and Taiwan is much more deeper than many have grasped. It is a win-win relationship. Taiwan is selling its model and Somaliland is the perfect place to help create a reality of that model. A strong selling point for Taiwan to other countries, of what they are missing out. Hopefully reversing the trend.
  5. 3 points
    Suldaanka, He will get back to you when he finishes in "consulting" in his sleep with the "voices in his head", who, in his stricken delusional miasma, come across to him, as if they are his "confidential sources". So, bare with him at the moment, I am sure of it that he will be with us in here in a jiffy.
  6. 3 points
    First they say: it will never happen, we WILL NOT allow it. You secessionists will be ISOLATEDH Then they say: we will write a strong-worded letter and stop the project from happening, our TERITORIAL INTEGRITY waa muqadas Then they say: haha, we got you, we actually signed it and allowed the project Then Somaliland wins
  7. 3 points
    The Mandarin bit of what the guy is writing could be "they are not the pirates".
  8. 3 points
    Isn't it funny how even though they claim Somaliland is part of their country, they look to downplay any progress we make? If the locals in a tiny town in Awdal build a new school or a well, we are proud because that is our country. They can't hold their hatred for us long enough to convince anyone that they are driven by anything but entirely by xaasidnimo. If any part of Somalia had accomplished 1/1000th of what Somaliland has achieved, they would all be lining up to fellate that president like he was the second coming of their dear old Afweyne. I mean Farmaajo has basically repainted a wall and they proclaim him to be their saviour!!
  9. 3 points
    Taiwan trains counter-terrorism troops for Middle Eastern country Taiwan's 42-year-old MPSSC has already trained one group of recruits while another on hold due to pandemic, local media claims 3454 By Sophia Yang, Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2020/05/09 13:55 MPSSC in 2017. (Wikimedia Commons photo) TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A high-ranking military official has claimed that a Middle Eastern country has inked a training agreement with Taiwan, according to a Liberty Times Net (LTN) exclusive story. Under the deal, Taiwan's Military Police Special Services Company (MPSSC), under the Military Police Command, is responsible for coaching the Middle Eastern country's counter-terrorism force. They will travel to Taiwan in groups for training that will enhance their knowledge, skill, and responsiveness in the war against terror. Similar to the United States Army Special Forces (Green Berets), the MPSSC was established in 1978 and has earned international acclaim for counter-terrorism operations and protecting high-ranking officials and ambassadors in Taiwan. It is also known for anti-hijacking and anti-sabotage operations. Taiwan is one of the few Asian countries capable of training special task forces and providing such services to other countries, according to LTN. It reported the first batch of trainees has concluded training and returned to home, while a second batch of recruits is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3930970?fbclid=IwAR0emABRyt6O1Tu0X9gkWMx7vMox2MgKtLVwCAOv3zIB_heUQwd_e2IfBps Rumours has it that it's Somaliland.
  10. 3 points
    At least those countries are not known to have "self-looters" as citizens, like the manner some poor fellow who is here seems to have with his fellow citizens in his own country call Somalia. Given that his fellow citizens in Somalia, in turn, are known to rob blind their own freaking houses along with their neighbor's houses and anything that is in them, as well as their towns and cities. Furthermore, places like Taiwan, when all said and done, is in fact leaps and lengths above the likes of Somalia. Whereby Somalia will not be in a position to contest that glaring reality even in a 200 years time to come. Particularly, since, Somalia wouldn't be in a position, in economical terms, to polish the shoes of the likes of Taiwan, even by that time. So, there you are, my friend. Hence, is there any other trite or facile comment from you, my friend, just so that you can show the rest of us the level of "contemptible absurdity" in you are dwelling on it in here?
  11. 3 points
    Suldaanka, He will be remembered as second coming of late Dr Fagadhe of Sool (AUN), who was also a tireless foreign Minister of Somaliland from mid to late 1990s. And the beauty of his diplomatic approaches is this sort of "quite diplomacy", with no frills been observed, or for that matter without indulging any kind of a "megaphone pronouncement" on his part. And this way, we, of course, will line up other nations and various states for our cause.
  12. 3 points
    Absolutely. He is a no frills man but doing a lot of work behind the scenes. Maalin ba dal ayaynu baraynaa qadaadweynta.
  13. 3 points
    Good idea. The old man has an unmatched energy He's everywhere, just quietly getting it done.
  14. 3 points
    kkk Cheeseman bilo ayaa u hadhay, maxay kale ayaad ka filanaysay?
  15. 3 points
    UK, Denmark and Netherlands approve agreements with Somaliland Government on critical infrastructure to improve people’s lives - GOV.UK WWW.GOV.UK The new agreements, supporting projects on roads, agricultural systems, water facilities and fisheries, will spur...
  16. 3 points
    Timacadde, I know what you are saying, bro. These addled-brain collection of wretches, are an old hands around here. And I have been collecting their scalps for so long as a sport that I even developed a soft spot for them. After all, try as they might, they could never amount much around here, especially when I am around and when it comes to any debate of any kind other than trolling us or to regurgitate one liner ad-hominem talks about sewages and whatnot. But, you know what, I would say that still the beauty of it is that he really believes all that you have said about him. Poor lad. It seems that he still seeing "ghost" in his head from the daily concussion he usually used to get, verbally, around here, particularly when he naturally gets disrobed so spectacularly, with verbal punches of the sort that nominally floors him. So bare with him and let him investigate to his heart's content. After all, as may not know it yet, but I will have you know that his real "emotionally satisfying vocation" around here is that of being a "glorified maid" (as Suldaanka had aptly named him). And since it's the lot of the hired maids the world over to seek after every minuscule of dust in which they could find it, wherever the nooks and crannies it may be hiding in it may be, then, I say, let him tire his eyes and his hands in the pursuit of that sort of a fool's errands of an alleged investigation, I say.
  17. 3 points
    You are waffling The constitution you are clutching at is not adhered to by Puntland in the first place, in what world is it ok for them to now invoke it and feign outrage? The fact that the best argument you can cobble together goes against the very foundation of your regional statelet shows how tough your situation is, you really are out of plays here. The question really is: are you willing to sacrifice your claimed clan borders and limit your regional statelet to Bari and Nugaal only, in order to have better constitutional footing in this debate? Very difficult position
  18. 3 points
    Why is this senile old pirate still in politics? Is he the best the pirates can do? I for one celebrated the lessening of their “power” in Somalia with the incoming 13 senators. They have always been given much more credit than they are worth or deserve. Pirateland is a desert wasteland with no useful resource and sparsely populated, were it not for them stealing the elections in the 60s they would have had no relevance in Somali history except as foot soldiers for the Italians. It is high time their wings were clipped.
  19. 3 points
    Ina Amina Boqor, Dont get emotional, we call the above qosol gariir. I am merely pointing out the inherent contradiction in your calaacal. You keep invoking the constitution, the same constitution that rejects the borders you claim for your Dhbyaco-land regional statelet All I am saying is, if you want the bad boys of Mogadishu to stop treating you like Mudane Douglas treated Amina Boqor, then you need to drop the constitution chat and come up with a better argument, that or accept the constitution in full, and with it the notion that "Federal Member State boundaries shall be based on the boundaries of the administrative regions as they existed before 1991". You are in a pinch, maybe send a few Amina-Boqor-like deal makers to Mogadishu to gain the favour of your USC tormentors? You've always been good at that
  20. 2 points
    THIS IS SOMALIA! | A Rich Heritage & A Bright Future | SOMALI ENTERPRISE
  21. 2 points
    Show me where it says that Somaliland has a high car accident rate. It very well may do, but I won't take the word of fake news merchants like you or the bullshit sabanawaag twitter account. My point about the murder rate in Somalia is that you seem more concerned about a car accident in Somaliland, than about the vast numbers of innocent people being murdered in your streets, including by your government. Almost like you have an agenda, so spare us your fake concern.
  22. 2 points
    Somaliland is now officially added to UAE's Visa/passports website. ICA Smart Services BETA.SMARTSERVICES.ICA.GOV.AE يمكنك الان انجاز جميع معاملات الهيئة الإتحادية للهوية و الجنسية من خلال منظومة الخدمات الذكية
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    I am looking forward to the next episode already. I mean, the part when Muse Biixi is welcomed to Taipei.
  25. 2 points
    Ouch!!! Imagine your country's supposed enemy getting $30 million to protect you from your own citizens! How sad!!
  26. 2 points
    This will be ready in 2 months? For more dhows I guess! Rise of the Dhow Economy.
  27. 2 points
    Yaxaas, Have noticed the "deafening silence" from those who are from Somalia, who in turn would be "rending their garments" in anger and in anguish, were to be the case that a mere "flying bird" may have gotten hurt in Somaliland? And now, all of a sudden, not one of their teeming numbers who are here with us, is to be seen venturing forth any comment in regards to press freedom and how it's faring (or failing) under Mr. Cheeseman's political regime from Villa Somalia. Hence, all one can say is that even a "sniffling and contemptible hypocrisy" doesn't come close in defining these "characters" and their conduct, or for that matter their hide-bound absurdity. But, having said all of that, still, I would say that it's good to know the "color" of their argument, and how much "credible weight" one should be attaching to it.
  28. 2 points
    Absolutely. What is killing Bosaso is Somaliland's decision to attract PL businessmen by providing incentives including tax exemptions on goods destined for Garowe, a tactical masterstroke:
  29. 2 points
    Did you meant the one dhow has vanished? In the near future it will be which has more dhows Sanaag's Mait Port vs Bosaso Port.
  30. 2 points
    The above is what the pirates really believe, when they are not putting a brave face on Somaliaonline. Somaliland keeps winning, while the loomaooyaan continue to calaacal
  31. 2 points
    Vesseltracker is the leading provider of global maritime information. And its very clear on the shocking lack of activity at Bosaso, your dhbayaco cousin actually thought my image was photoshopped, glad you came to confirm
  32. 2 points
    The more I read about Taiwan, the more I support a stronger links with that Island state. It is a perfect match for what I envision for Somaliland's future, a democracy, an economic model that is envy of the world, a very high human development index at almost every category. Somaliland should strongly subscribe to the Taiwan Model. If Taiwan is able to help Somaliland stand out from Africa, then it will be show case for Taiwan and it will definitely win back a lot of African States who are on Chinese leash and debt trap. . ------ Taiwan to deepen ties with Somaliland amid China intervention Taiwan to deepen ties with Somaliland amid China intervention - Focus Taiwan FOCUSTAIWAN.TW Taipei, July 6 (CNA) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Monday reiterated Taiwan and Somaliland's intention to deepen bilateral relations after a media report revealed multiple attempts by Beijing to...
  33. 2 points
    Somaliland Achievements, Part 1 - Geeska Afrika Online WWW.GEESKAAFRIKA.COM Hargeisa (HAN) January 7th, 2019. Regional Security and Stability Iniatiatives. Achievement against all the odds in the Horn of Africa, since 2010. The Geeska Africa Online review and reported by HAN... Top 10 Economic Achievements in Somaliland Since 1991 | SomalilandBiz WWW.SOMALILANDBIZ.COM This year (2018) marks the 27th anniversay of Somaliland as an independent country and the team at SomalilandBiz have compiled and put together a list of the 'Top 10 Economic Achievements in... Infra-structure Hargeisa -Gabiley - Dila -Boorama Roads Borama Bridge Xumbo-Wayne Dam Berbera Corridor Berbera Airport Burco Ceerigaabo Road Las Caanod Regenerated beyond recognition Berbera PORT Naval Base To be continued....
  34. 2 points
    Why did you cut the Somalia flag and country name out?
  35. 2 points
    The Fuundi of Federalism 1, 2, 3, 3,4, 3 song, our very own Brian Mcknight Somaliland The Kuwaiti government pledged in 2011 to donate $10 million to renovate and modernise Hargeisa Egal International Airport and Berbera Airport. Puntland me too 07/10/2013 A Grant Agreement was signed today in Kuwait between the Federal Republic of Somalia and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, whereby the Fund extend a Grant of US Dollars ten million US Dollars (US$ 10,000,000), of which US$ six million will be allocated to finance the Garowe Airport Project in the Puntland State of Somalia. Somaliland In May 2016 the Government of Somaliland signed a 30-year agreement with DP World to develop and manage Berbera Port at a cost of $442 million. Puntland me too Apr 2017 P&O Ports has won a 30-year concession for the management and development of a multi-purpose port project at Bosasso in the Puntland State of Somalia. The approximate investment for the modern multi-purpose facility will be USD $336-million. Somaliland 7 MW Solar Plant about to be commissioned in Berbera Puntland Me too Commencement to build Solar Plant 7MW in Bosaso Djibouti A week later in Mars Somaliland Puntland a week later The reality of the politics of this project Sida Somaliland from the chislers of Federalism, To Amigo's point If you're expecting wealth, resources, power and development to be shared / distributed equally in Somalia think again. These ports in Somalia show how much business is directed at the capitals port compared to regional ports. Resources flowing from the periphery (regions) to the core (capital) enriching the latter at the expense of the former as happened in 70s, 80s and at work again.
  36. 2 points
    We are not talking about what you dhbayaco console each other with in your local mafrish, we are only interested in facts. Here are a few: Somaliland and Somalia sat on the big table as equals. Fact. Obese Deni brayed like a donkey from Garowe, no one cared. Fact. There is a reason why you are unable to answer the very simple question of what do you have to show for the last 30 years? Your territory is the only territory that escaped the destruction of the civil war, and yet if Ayeeyo Aamina Boqor was to be resurrected today, the place would not look all too different from where she remembers her escapades to have taken place all those years ago Here is one more fact for you: Right now, as you read these words, there is exactly one vessel docking at your Bosaso port, and zero vessels are expected. Meanwhile Berbera and Mogadishu.. well, lets just say the situation there is markedly different There is a reason why you are not interested in discussing what you've done over the last 30 years, dont let me catch you repeating that phrase again Beyond your lack of meaningful achievements over a period of 3 decades, you've been relegated to the status of loomaooyaan today begging the Banadir boys for mercy, they say history doesnt repeat itself but it often rhymes. Nightly cries of "tolaay yaa constitution ah" emanating from Garowe can be heard throughout the lands.
  37. 2 points
    What is it with you people and the undying need to lie? No one is claiming these countries are about to recognize us. Also, your story about Cigaal is utterly made up - never happened. I repeat if these countries are Z list countries. what does that make Somalia? what is lower than Z list? excrement?
  38. 2 points
    You are not pursuing independence, but saying we have nothing to show for the last 30 years is, objectively, inaccurate. And the fact that it is stated by a dhbyaco of all people turns what would've otherwise been an innocent inaccurate statement to the joke of the century On every aspect of life we are objectively doing better today than we did 5 years ago, let alone 30 years. I have given examples of what I have to show for the last 30 years, I have plenty more to list. You would struggle hard to tell us what you as a dhbayaco have to show for the last 30 years, and unlike SL, you have not suffered the destruction of your major cities or +1M landmines planted in your territory to overcome. And you still have nothing. Worse still, your little safety-cocoon of federalism is turning into the stuff of nightmares where your obese leader barks from the rooftops to sit on the big table when Somaliland and Somalia are sitting as equals in Djibouti and he is ignored, or when the Banadir boys decide to flex on you and you literally have no recourse but to calaacal about the constitution like a loomaooyaan. Anyone in your bleak situation would be mad too
  39. 2 points
    Timacaddeh, Well, it's indeed good news for Sanaag region. That region has been neglecting for so long, but now that Somaliland Development Fund (SDF - phase two) is about to start, it will also allow interesting parties to invest in that region. And that means private companies who wanted to be given the "go-ahead" by their states in the West are now going to invest heavily. Which is where some of the renown British construction companies, who are interesting in investing in this areas comes in. Of course, the Taiwanese are also keen in "dipping" their foot in the "Extrative industry" that can be "stood-it-up" in this area. Remember Sanaag has a known rare earth materials and other minerals that go into electronic chips. Moreover, I know for a fact that some investment houses from UK (those companies that are known to invest what is known "virgin territories") are also keen to get involve this area and in this specific sort of business. As for the pirates to our east, they are "known quantity", in the sense of everyone knowing how cowardly to a man, beaten militarily and defeated psychological, they are. Of course they will always talk a "great game", as they are fond of it in doing it so. Particular, as the members of that wretched Ilk who are in this joint can easily attest to. But the question is when was the last time the pirate's fiefdom ever walked away with a "decisive military victory" from any battlefield engagement in which they were involved in against Somaliland's army? And the answer is never happened. Which is why we keep moving forward in Sool region, every few years, and they keep on retreating backwards into their Nugaal region. Consequently, we are now at the point whereby our Somaliland's army is much closer to their capital of Garowe than they are to Las-Anod. And that, of course, wasn't even the case a few years ago. Hence, if there's one thing that is "constant", that doesn't change much in Somali political world, is that of pirate's cowardly conduct of forever running away from any fight in which they may find themselves in. And that of Somaliland sheer ability to keep on chasing, forever, these "balls-less half-men" from pirate's land. And do so from pillar to post and back again, in any given day of the week. So I am not worrying that much about these pirates and any "conniving underhand tactics" in which they may have to disturb any investment done by some British and by the sort of Taiwanese companies that could be interesting to invest in our country, which in turn may be going into Sanaag region specifically. Particularly, when it truly get going in due course.
  40. 2 points
    Suldaanka, Do you remember that long massage I send you few months back about Maydh port, and how it will be a "game changer" economically for Sanaag region? Well, things will kick off soon when this Covid virus is behind us. And a major investment is going to be heading to Sanaag region by a major UK construction company who will be building the port so that Maydh port can be a "conduit" for the "extractive industry" of Sanaag region that will be got going soon there with the investment from our "new friend" from Far East Asia. Things are looking good for Somaliland and in Sanaag in particular.
  41. 2 points
    Chinese (Taiwanese) tourists in Somaliland - a documentary.
  42. 2 points
    Suldaanka, It's indeed a good development, especially the virgin investment they could do, the technology transfer, and the industrialization know-how in which these Taiwanese and their well-regarded companies globally, can easily impart to and do in Somaliland. Kudos all around, I say.
  43. 2 points
    Suldaanka, Bro, I see that you are still kicking ass as if the very idea is going out of fashion and you want to wrench every last drop of usefulness out from it. And that is really sight to behold. Apparently, in my absence from this joint, some new guys who seem to have a deft panache in skinning alive the old tiresome wretched of this place without breaking a sweat seemed to have arrived in here. And they keep on hitting these inanity merchants for sixes (as it were). Of course, I am talking about Timmacade and Yaxaas, who are splendid fellows to read their argument, especially in terms of the way they went about the business of the "verbal kind". And the way they are making short work of the old haggardly cretins of this joint. However, it would be amiss of me were I not to say that the fact of looting other people's "intellectual property" is not so much of a biggy of a problem to our delightful looter from out there in Bristol, should tell you all you need to know about how some are, in essence, well and truly "acclimatized practitioner" of this sort of seedy acts. Hence, to him (Cadnaan1) this sort of cheap "sordid theft" is well and properly done thing to do, really, which in turn should be the least worry to anyone, of course. For it's a "natural social behavior" from the perspective of his kind of ilk. Although, it seems that even those who are originally from Somaliland but who may have been in Mogadishu recently and for some time, like this Mr. Barud fellow who stole this song, shows you as to how easy it is to become what the Brits call "gone native" (as in he has been there long enough to have "gone native", in terms of transformation of his public manners, his social attitude, and his personal conduct - as it were). So, see to it to "view" his dilemma in that light, and see to it to understand our looter's argument through that peculiar prism.
  44. 2 points
    Somaliland should absolutely prioritise implementing postal address system, especially with the technology now available.
  45. 2 points
    The two countries have exchanged ambassadors and the two offices in Hargeisa and Taipei are fully operational now. Now, lets get to work and make this a reality.
  46. 2 points
    Isn’t Galmudug 1.5 State which is less than the 2 gobols needed for mamul goboled. But it is still a state despite what the constitution says. Same thing with the new senators of banadir.
  47. 2 points
    So you would be happy to relinquish your clan borders claims and have the regional statelet of Puntland consisting only of Bari and Nugaal just to stop the Banadir boys from getting representation? You do realise that if the constitution was fully adhered to PL stands to lose way more than 13 Banadir seats right? This issue means a lot to beesha it seems
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    You cant cry foul and run to the constitution now, the same constitution that states: "Federal Member State boundaries shall be based on the boundaries of the administrative regions as they existed before 1991". Puntland completely disregarded that and claims borders based on clan territory. Not entirely clear why you think the constitution will save you. You're in a very difficult situation, I suggest you come up with a better argument
  50. 2 points
    @Suldaanka why are you reporting on shootings, killings & murders in Muqdisho? Don't you know that the most serious of crimes has just happened in Hargeisa - a 17yrd old Poet was mistakenly jailed for a few hours? How can you think of anything else but what this poor young boy went through?!!

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