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Somalia: Call for sanctions

The moment of Somalia's truth has arrived. Farmaajo has crossed the Rubicon and declared all war against the Provisional Constitution, the principles of federalism and the exercise of democracy. He has enlisted Somalia in an axis of autocracy that now stretches across the Horn of Africa from the Indian Ocean to the Red Sea. And before the injury he inflicts becomes irreparable, he must be stopped. Sanctions are the last chance for the international community to prevent Somalia from falling back into civil war. There…

UN experts call for the release of

In Mali, radio columnist and activist Ras Bath, along with four senior officials, have been detained for more than three months. They are suspected of having conspired against the Malian state. Former Prime Minister Boubou Cissé has also been charged but not arrested, he is currently hiding somewhere in Mali. Malia's justice has already ordered that the prosecution be abolished, but Malia's Minister of…

Somali senators warn of failed election negotiations, demand compromise

Somalia, Northeastern State - The present administration in Somalia should be certain that elections are held in time to keep away from inconvenience, two senators have warned in the midst of ongoing negotiations earlier than the election in Mogadishu, the nation's capital. Senator Abdirahman Farole, former president of Northeastern State, informed reporters in Garowe on Monday that the continued talks needs to be inclusive, including that each one stakeholders needs to be a part of the discussions. Farole stated even…

The Shebabs demand attacking “pursuits

In a video broadcast this Saturday night, March 27, the leader of Somali radical Islamists called on the Shebabs to strike "American and French interests" in Djibouti. The appeal was lodged within two weeks the presidential election in Djibouti. In a video released on Saturday night, Somali Sheba's chief Abu Obaida Ahmad Omar attacks President Ismaël Omar Guelleh, in power since 1999, seeking a fifth term, which he is likely to win, in the April 9 vote. Ismaël Omar Guelleh "transformed Djibouti into a military base…

demand a strike by tax officers,

Work is likely to be severely disrupted this Monday, March 22, in the tax, customs and Gabonese public treasuries. "No money, no work," the Association of Financial Authorities Collectors (Fecorefi) decided this Friday, March 19th. They demand payment of the budget performance bonus that the government refuses to pay because, he says, the performance of these agents has been below expectations. The tax…

spiritual representatives demand

Following an initial failure at the end of last year to try to find a successor to Corneille Nangaa, the religious authorities are proposing the candidates for president of the National Assembly to head the Independent National Electoral Commission (Céni). The African Union for Human Rights (Asadho) believes religious communities are in a hurry.…

M2D suspends its call for demonstration

The Movement for the Defense of Democracy has decided to suspend its call for peaceful demonstration following an exchange with the envoy of the Caliph General of the Murid Brotherhood. In a press release, M2D states that it has "accepted the request for postponement" formulated by the influential religious leader Serigne Mountakha Mbacké. "In return", M2D states that he has sent the caliph a memorandum with 10 demands, in particular "immediate and unconditional release of imprisoned political prisoners", "the end of the…

Amnesty calls on UN Safety Council to uphold arms embargo on South Sudan amid widespread violence

On Monday, Amnesty Worldwide known as on the United Nations Safety Council (UNSC) to take care of its arms embargo on South Sudan amid widespread reported violence towards civilians by authorities and former opposition forces. The London-based group accused South Sudan Folks's Protection Forces (SSPDF) and Sudan Folks's Liberation Military-in-Opposition (SPLA-IO) - each loyal to former opposition leaders and now First Vice President Riek Machar - of extrajudicial executions, pressured relocation,…

Parliamentarians from Libya’s three areas meet in Morocco for talks

Parliamentarians from Libya's three areas will collect in Morocco's Tangier on Tuesday for an advisory session of the Home of Representatives (HoR), the UN stated. The UN-Libya mission stated the assembly with "such a lot of parliamentarians" was a optimistic and welcome step in a tweet the identical day. "We hope that the HoR will meet the expectations of the Libyan folks within the implementation of the roadmap agreed by the LPDF (Libya's Political Dialogue Discussion board) forward of the conduct of…

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