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17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

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17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby sahal80 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 9:05 am

Today he called for a cabinet meeting and only few of them have attended it

His ministers calling to resign is the biggest pressure he faces internationally and locally. Mps from two subclans of his clan have joined the motion after the first call of his resignation.

Reason; people would support you until your strong!
http://www.hiiraan.com/news/2014/Nov/wa ... -59103.htm

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby Murax » Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:05 am

PM Welcome's Their resignation :lol:




Ridwaan Xirsi “Wasiirkii aan la jaan-qaadi karin shaqada Ra’iisul Wasaaraha waxaa u furan inuu is casilo”
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Ra’iisul Wasaare kuxigeenka ahna Wasiirka Arrimaha Diinta iyo Awqaafta Ridwaan Xirsi Maxamed oo shir jaraa’id ku qabtay Xafiiska Ra’iisul Wasaaraha ayaa ka warbixiyay kulan aan caadi aheyn oo uu yeeshay Golaha Wasiirada, kaasoo uu shir gudoominayay Ra’iisul Wasaare C/wali Sheekh Axmed.

Mr Ridwaan ayaa sheegay in kulanka Golaha Wasiirada looga hadlay arrimo badan oo xaalada dalka ah, sida ammaanka, iyadoo lagu ansixiyay hindise sharciyeedyo kala ah hindise sharciyeedka xuduudaha iyo Federaalka iyo Hindise sharciyeedka doorashada oo ay soo bandhigtay Wasaarada Arrimaha Gudaha.

Sidoo kale waxaa uu ka hadlay talo soo jeedin ka timid qaar ka mid ah Wasiirada ee ahaa inuu is casilo Ra’iisul Wasaaraha, isagoo xusay in arrintaas uu cad yahay, isla markaana Ra’iisul Wasaaruhu horay uga hadlay, waxaana uu qiray inay jiri karto kala aragti duwanaan.

“Wasiirkii aan la jaan-qaadi karin Shaqada Ra’iisul Wasaaraha, waxaa u furan inuu is casilo, Ra’iisul Wasaaruhu markaas wuxuu soo magacaabayaa Wasiirkii bedela”ayuu yiri Ra’iisul Wasaare Kuxigeenka.

Mar uu ka hadlay go’aanka Xukuumada ee shirkii Baydhabo ee loogu doortay Shariif Xasan inuu noqdo Madaxweynaha Maamulka Koofur Galbeed ayuu sheegay in Xukuumadu ay dib go’aan kaga soo saari doonto.

Kulankii Golaha Wasiirada ee uu shir gudoominayay Ra’iisul Wasaaraha ayaa waxaa goor sii horeysay isaga baxay ilaa 17 Wasiir kuxigeeno iyo Wasiiru dowlayaal, kuwaasoo warqad ay u qoreen Ra’iisul Wasaaruhu kaga dalbaday inuu is casilo.

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby anzeloti » Tue Nov 18, 2014 10:11 am

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby BlackRain » Tue Nov 18, 2014 11:30 am

From what I heard, if those 17 ministers resign and the PM names fresh 17 new ministers , then they have to be sworn and approved by the corrupt parliament? what happens if they don't get approved ?

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby original dervish » Tue Nov 18, 2014 12:07 pm

They have to be confirmed by the parliament.....but can be named by the PM and begin work.
This is USC style destruction of Somalia but without bullets.

Hassan Sheikh and his gang are no different to the thugs of yesteryear (1990s).
He is dismantling what vestiges of governance there is left in Somalia.

The PM must continue his valiant stand against the forces of chaos, anarchy and their profiteers.
PS I'm seriously concerned for the safety of the PM........may Allah (swt) protect him from those whom plot.

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby sahal80 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 12:49 pm

From what I heard, if those 17 ministers resign and the PM names fresh 17 new ministers , then they have to be sworn and approved by the corrupt parliament? what happens if they don't get approved ?
This is what the other group would like to happen, he would need to get 139 votes!

Despite what his deputy says, my sources r saying he plans to have a smaller cabinet and marger of ministries

In this case he doesn't need to go to parliament

But the problem will stay the same until the other wins the battle

The only way is the p

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby sahal80 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:00 pm

They have to be confirmed by the parliament.....but can be named by the PM and begin work.
This is USC style destruction of Somalia but without bullets.

Hassan Sheikh and his gang are no different to the thugs of yesteryear (1990s).
He is dismantling what vestiges of governance there is left in Somalia.

The PM must continue his valiant stand against the forces of chaos, anarchy and their profiteers.
PS I'm seriously concerned for the safety of the PM........may Allah (swt) protect him from those whom plot.
That's sickness!

What USC your talking about? Don't you know the ministers who would resign soon r from every where of somalia including your khatumo minister?

That two of hawiye ministers r lobbying for him? Clan wise he has more clan mps than president!

This is conflict of interests take your qabilism to waqooyi lol

The real problem is that pm was working within these cabinet conditions from day 1, now when he tried to challenge the system his mirror-made house has collapsed on him!.
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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby Murax » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:02 pm

PS I'm seriously concerned for the safety of the PM........may Allah (swt) protect him from those whom plot.



Funny thing is that is the number 1 concern of everybody close to Him. Politically lets face it, He is a lot smarter than Culusow but the bottom line is You cannot put extrajudicial killings past Culusow and His clique. Mogadishu was a lawless place for decades.

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Re: 17 deputy ministers call the pm to resign!

Postby THE_TRUTH1 » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:54 pm

war wuxu kursi jeclaa kanoo kale waligay maan arag , hadaad sidaa jeceshahay maxaad ula shaqeynweysay madaxda dalka
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