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The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan lost

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Cirwaaq » Wed May 25, 2011 5:50 pm

James Dahl wrote:The TFG ceded their sovereignty the minute they invited AMISOM to Mogadishu, what was left of it anyways after the Ethiopian invasion.

People saying the TFG was winning, winning for whom? Certainly not Somalia.




LOL @ all the Idiots that support the TFG and wag their tails for Amisom and those rubbing Mahiga's left nut to gain leverage in the next TFG.

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby James Dahl » Wed May 25, 2011 5:57 pm

The only countries who have an actual vested interest in Somalia being a strong and unified nation are Egypt and Sudan, as a counterweight to Ethiopia if they ever start messing with the Nile.

So why is it those countries are excluded from Somalia's future?

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby D-Runner » Wed May 25, 2011 6:11 pm

King of Awdal,

There is nothing confusing about it. The deal reached in Djibouti was a two year term when Shiikh Shariif was selected to replace Abdullahi Yusuf. This August is the end of that two year term and this is where Shiikh Shariif and the speaker disagree; the only reason the speaker is being ridicule by Voltage is because unlike Farmaajo he took it upon himself to remind the current president as agreed upon that his time is up.

Let's hope Shiikh Shariif and his right hand boy (farmaajo) come to their senses to save the nation anymore headache. As for their replacement all it takes is for the 550 parliamentary members to convene as they have done in the past in select a candidate to lead the TFG.
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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Archerr » Wed May 25, 2011 6:14 pm

the 550 parliamentary members

:lol: :lol: Whenever I read this somewhere wallahi I always burst out laughing. It sounds like the punchline to a very funny joke.

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby D-Runner » Wed May 25, 2011 6:25 pm

Originally the number of parliamentary members was a lot less. It was as a result of Shiikh Shariif's addition to the TFG that the number was jacked up to where it now stands. This is one of the reasons his departure is needed because the number will decrease again.
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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby James Dahl » Wed May 25, 2011 6:25 pm

550 members is ridiculous.

Somalia should have an 36 member legislature.

Somaliland appoints 7 members (2 from Awdal, Waqooyi, Togdheer, 1 from Sanaag)
Puntland appoints 6 members (2 from Bari, Nugaal, 1 from Mudug)
SSC appoints 2 members (from Sool)
Galmudug appoints 1 member (from Mudug)
Ximan and Xeeb appoints 1 member (from Galgaduud)
Jubaland appoints 2 members (from Gedo)
ASWJ appoints 1 member (Galgaduud)
1 member elected in AMISOM controlled Mogadishu
Shabaab appoints 17 members (2 from Lower Jubba, Middle Juba, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle, Hiiraan, Bay, Bakool, 1 from Mogadishu)

Then THEY vote on a president, where the president has to get 2/3rds majority of the votes.

Presto, peace and unity in Somalia. If Somaliland doesn't want to participate then that's ok, make that a 29 member legislature.

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby AsadSL » Wed May 25, 2011 6:33 pm

James Dahl wrote:550 members is ridiculous.

Somalia should have an 36 member legislature.

Somaliland appoints 7 members (2 from Awdal, Waqooyi, Togdheer, 1 from Sanaag)
Puntland appoints 6 members (2 from Bari, Nugaal, 1 from Mudug)
SSC appoints 2 members (from Sool)
Galmudug appoints 1 member (from Mudug)
Ximan and Xeeb appoints 1 member (from Galgaduud)
Jubaland appoints 2 members (from Gedo)
ASWJ appoints 1 member (Galgaduud)
1 member elected in AMISOM controlled Mogadishu
Shabaab appoints 17 members (2 from Lower Jubba, Middle Juba, Lower Shabelle, Middle Shabelle, Hiiraan, Bay, Bakool, 1 from Mogadishu)

Then THEY vote on a president, where the president has to get 2/3rds majority of the votes.

Presto, peace and unity in Somalia. If Somaliland doesn't want to participate then that's ok, make that a 29 member legislature.


Why would somaliland participate in another countries parliment? It has its own.

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby James Dahl » Wed May 25, 2011 6:44 pm

I guess you didn't read down to the bottom

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed May 25, 2011 6:45 pm

Hey white boi, Al Shabaab don't speak for the south, so keep your wack ass suggestions to yourself. Are you high? those terrorists are on their way out of Somali soil and they don't represent anyone in Somalia.
What retarded suggestion this white boi came up with, them fuckers don't want anything to do with anyone that is not dressed like Osama. Don't insult the folks in the South, you have no business talking about Somalia to begin with, just enjoy roller blading at Stanley park. :down:

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Shirib » Wed May 25, 2011 6:56 pm

TheblueNwhite wrote:Hey white boi, Al Shabaab don't speak for the south, so keep your wack ass suggestions to yourself. Are you high? those terrorists are on their way out of Somali soil and they don't represent anyone in Somalia.
What retarded suggestion this white boi came up with, them fuckers don't want anything to do with anyone that is not dressed like Osama. Don't insult the folks in the South, you have no business talking about Somalia to begin with, just enjoy roller blading at Stanley park. :down:


you do realize that they control the south right

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Shirib » Wed May 25, 2011 6:57 pm

there will be parliament and presidential elections. Yes I get it, but whats stopping Shariif Hassan from running for President, which is what he wanted anyways?

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed May 25, 2011 6:58 pm

Shirib wrote:
TheblueNwhite wrote:Hey white boi, Al Shabaab don't speak for the south, so keep your wack ass suggestions to yourself. Are you high? those terrorists are on their way out of Somali soil and they don't represent anyone in Somalia.
What retarded suggestion this white boi came up with, them fuckers don't want anything to do with anyone that is not dressed like Osama. Don't insult the folks in the South, you have no business talking about Somalia to begin with, just enjoy roller blading at Stanley park. :down:


you do realize that they control the south right


No they control parts of the South.

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Shirib » Wed May 25, 2011 7:00 pm

TheblueNwhite wrote:
Shirib wrote:
TheblueNwhite wrote:Hey white boi, Al Shabaab don't speak for the south, so keep your wack ass suggestions to yourself. Are you high? those terrorists are on their way out of Somali soil and they don't represent anyone in Somalia.
What retarded suggestion this white boi came up with, them fuckers don't want anything to do with anyone that is not dressed like Osama. Don't insult the folks in the South, you have no business talking about Somalia to begin with, just enjoy roller blading at Stanley park. :down:


you do realize that they control the south right


No they control parts of the South.


majority of the south

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby James Dahl » Wed May 25, 2011 7:06 pm

Where do TFG supporters get this idea that time is on their side? They are running out of months left of the TFG...

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Re: The UN has spoken, both Sheikh Sharif and Sharif Hassan

Postby Voltage » Wed May 25, 2011 7:18 pm

D-Runner wrote:King of Awdal,

There is nothing confusing about it. The deal reached in Djibouti was a two year term when Shiikh Shariif was selected to replace Abdullahi Yusuf. This August is the end of that two year term and this is where Shiikh Shariif and the speaker disagree; the only reason the speaker is being ridicule by Voltage is because unlike Farmaajo he took it upon himself to remind the current president as agreed upon that his time is up.

Let's hope Shiikh Shariif and his right hand boy (farmaajo) come to their senses to save the nation anymore headache. As for their replacement all it takes is for the 550 parliamentary members to convene as they have done in the past in select a candidate to lead the TFG.


Calling me out and calling Farmaajo right hand boy and the rest of your commentary shows you are coming from tribal animosity position as usual.

You don't have to believe me and you don't have to listen what I say. End of story.


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