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Somali Region Ethiopia Election

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Somali Region Ethiopia Election

Postby LilEmperor » Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:15 am

Be sure to vote for Abdi Omar in the upcoming elections, we cant have people like Hawdian and his party running the region.


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Re: Somali Region Ethiopia Election

Postby TheGrumpyGeeljire » Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:19 pm

Dabaqoodhis. No one voted for them in the first place.

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Re: Somali Region Ethiopia Election

Postby Brigadier12 » Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:37 pm

there is only 1 party regional governors/presidents are not elected by the people but they are voted by a small number of the party executive commitee "gudiga fulinta" they can remove the governor any time they want depending on the federal elite wishes. abdi illey (the most liked leader in the history of kilil5 after abdi majid) barely survived last month when 7 of the execute commitee ploted to impeach him. same like somalia the people of ethiopia especially somalis have no choice .

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Re: Somali Region Ethiopia Election

Postby LilEmperor » Wed Oct 15, 2014 6:50 pm

there is only 1 party regional governors/presidents are not elected by the people but they are voted by a small number of the party executive commitee "gudiga fulinta" they can remove the governor any time they want depending on the federal elite wishes. abdi illey (the most liked leader in the history of kilil5 after abdi majid) barely
survived last month when 7 of the execute commitee ploted to impeach him. same like somalia the people of ethiopia especially somalis have no choice .

And guess what happened to the committee memebers who tried to impeach him? They all got sacked from their jobs :pac:
In the end he managed to stay.

Now, Abdi ileey admitted himslef he has wronged a lot people especially people from his clan. He fully acknowledges his mistakes in the beginning of his administration and is willing to reconcile by building a better future for the people and to make Harmony with people in that region.

Still bad guy but he is the only good out of a group of bad politicians.

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Re: Somali Region Ethiopia Election

Postby Khalid Ali » Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:34 am

There is not even a Somali party in the EPRDF there is ANDM of the Amharas member of the EPRDF and there is SEPDF southern nationalities member of the EPRDF, than there is the TPLF there is Afar People's Democratic Organization , and than there is OPDO of the Oromos. But there is no Somali party it ceased to exist in the 1990s When the Isaaq and Dir and Darod could not agree.


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