(KampalaSDN)The Anglo African, American, Australian, Assian, Ecroslander, committee for Peace Recognition and the yielding of hopes.
Read the book of The Somaliland recognition rule 367 http://www.sirag.org.uk/ the will of the money rights in one, and after this gg step we must get ready pay the price uk prime minister on the Anglo Brtirish equation of recognition for Somaliland as well as supporting WL.
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Uncertain hopes for Blair’s Africa commission By Martin Plaut BBC Africa analyst: Blair wants workable solutions to Africa’s problems Somaliland Women: Oppressed breadwinners and silent peacemakers
The world bal iney dalffoof tahey Aqliga dooni lga saarey wixii horey u soo daashadey by dagashaneysaaye. That the world is a left over peace of nothing all that made it tired are what it still tries to refigure.
The world hats Somalis as some do think but we know yes and both untrue. This article reminds me I was invited travel to Europe and I m a UN 10 years service expert in the Somali congestion and peace reinforcement to Europe France participate a humanitarian meeting about the NGO politics you stated in your Modern political leadership pre-presentation, after that I travelled through the best I thought Ethiopia airline Addis but one night after slept with one of the hotels one of the IAU Addis Dogs locked me for 8 nights without a good reason please take me to the Kenyan embassy for my nationality is as the normal Somalis born in the NFD thanks the British Adenian/SAlander passport holder fought for me including all these recognized in the bird jail cell I was by this time the first black male elected in the world was to arrive and arrived. Hvr hat I said was this article that I wanted to right instead you wrote said the IAU (TB BBC www.sirug, com). (Oh MY Grand leaders Is this the kind of a place and a system we were taking ablution against the colony).
Besides after 8 days later moved back o Hargeisa my among the women breadwinners and silent peacemakers have been invited travel to Europe Holland while I was Hargeisa, and nicely she requested I am Muslim and from an Islamic nation my husband is Hajji and I like him come with me . Accepted and considered the issue she was given the passport and I said I won’t go again but try yourself. Mr Killaasi from the Netherlands has issued the visa to me nicely.
My wife has travelled through Adiss and the have held her till they lost time, the money, and all the happiness and the joy of the global village communities she deserved given. After suffering weak in Addis we have tried trough Nairobi and the same thing without accepting to go with her good ideas of take me to the embassy issued the visa you can’t know what is issued and you can’t at all kept me in any legal terms is not your responsibility to keep me here she is the head of the biggest women’s NGO and Human rights defenders in the republic of Somaliland NAGAAD NETWORK chairlady Marwo Kaltuun Sh. hassan Abdi.
Therefore who hates who and who is to deny who I need your support you need mine the need, to get need yes we need to eliminate the political wrong manipulations and get our nations glared in the hope of the better day.
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The Somalilander for recognition
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Pray with us in this pertinent prosperity. We have the right
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The strongest east Africa nations president H/E K. Y Museveni displayed boldly come and join in the blunder of peace and prosperity and you are who you are join the worlds peace, prosperity and I pray with us you in the Name of the African Voice for Peace prosperity and recognition.
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US Ambassador David Shinn was asked to address the US dual track policy towards Somalia and Somaliland on May 18, 2012 at the Somaliland Conference at the Hilton Hotel near Dulles International Airport in Virginia. While he expressed support for all that Somaliland has accomplished, he emphasized that the U.S. dual track policy does not portend (marabaan in lagu booro) diplomatic recognition.
Track two recognized that there were large pockets of stability in Somalia that merited greater engagement. These areas included Somaliland, Puntland and regional and local anti-al-Shabaab groups throughout south/central Somalia. Track two included additional support for Somali civil society groups and clan leaders.
Over the years, I have addressed several Somaliland conferences. It is always a pleasure. On this occasion, I have been asked to speak on the U.S. dual track policy towards Somalia and Somaliland. While you would receive a more authoritative presentation on this subject from someone who represents the U.S. Government, which I no longer do, I will do my best to address this important subject. Perhaps one of your other speakers will say something about the development implications of the U.S. dual track policy. What Is the Dual Track Policy?
Let’s be sure we understand what the United States means by the dual track policy towards Somalia and Somaliland. In October 2010, Assistant Secretary of State Johnnie Carson announced the dual track approach. Track one involved continuing support for the Djibouti Peace Process, the Transitional Federal Government (TFG), its National Security Forces and the African Union Mission in Somalia (MAISOM).
Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Don Yamamoto testified before Congress in mid-2011 that track one remained critical to political and security progress in Mogadishu and ultimately the rest of Somalia. He said the United States would continue to support the TFG? s political progress in the coming year. He added that the United States expected the TFG would bring into the political process Puntland, Galmudug, Ahlu Sunna wal Jama?a (ASWJ) and other Somali stake holders.
Concerning track two, Yamamoto said Washington had expanded its diplomatic outreach with regional authorities such as those in Puntland, Galmudug and other districts. In addition, ithad increased travel by U.S. officials to Somaliland and Puntland, which reinforced the U.S. commitment “to Somalia, the Somali people, and the Dual Track policy.”
Under track one, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) emphasized collaboration with the TFG and Transitional Federal Parliament on transition issues such as the drafting of the constitution and development of an electoral framework for elections leading to a permanent government. It also funded quick impact projects such as street lighting, market rehabilitation and government capacity building in Mogadishu and TFG-held areas of Somalia.
Under track two, USAID launched a Partnership for Economic Growth in Hargeisa that included rehabilitation of community infrastructure and technical assistance to improve livestock and agriculture. In Somaliland, Puntland, Galmudug and some emerging administrations, USAID began to identify projects in the areas of education, maternal health, democratization, elections support, local governance capacity building and youth engagement.
Somali analyst Afyare Abdi Elmi is quoted in Kenya?s The Nation that “the dual track policy only pro vides a new label for the old (and failed) Bush Administrations approach. It inadvertently strengthens clan divisions, undermines inclusive and democratic trends and most importantly, creates a conducive environment for the return of organized chaos or warlordism in the country.”
In even stronger words, Somali freelance writer Said Liban commented earlier this year that the U.S. dual track policy “has produced conceivably unintentional disaster, resulting in an explosion of mini-states that have undermined even the relatively peaceful areas in Somaliland and Puntland.”
He argued that the communiqué from the London Conference earlier this year constitutes the same policy because “it focuses on an all-out war against Islamist militants, and invites new regional or local tribal warlords to join in the campaign.”
Soon after the United States announced the dual track policy, the government of Puntland said “it welcomes supports and endorses the new U.S. Dual Track Policy which is based on realities on the ground in Somalia.” The Puntland government also called for a conference to speed up national reconciliation. Puntland authorities have generally remained supportive of the dual track policy. Speaking in London in November 2010, Somaliland President Ahmed Silanyo said:
“We also hope to secure stronger ties with individual donors, not least the United States, which recently announced its dual track policy that will see direct aid and cooperation with Somaliland increased. I very much welcome this as a positive step in keeping the realities on the ground.”
Somaliland officials subsequently became more cautious in their public comments on the U.S. dual track policy. Status of the Dual Track Policy. The director of the State Department’s Office of East African Affairs, Deborah Malac, commented in January 2012 at a conference on Somalia at Ohio State University:
“We would argue that there is demonstrated progress and success for the dual-track policy. But as we do with any policy . . . we look at the situation on the ground and make determinations on when and whether we need to make adjustments to that policy. It is going to be a painstaking process to move things forward in a positive direction.”
Speaking at a press briefing in London following the February conference on Somalia, Secretary of State Clinton emphasized the need to create by August 2012 a new Somali parliament and constitution that take into account the interests of all Somalis— not from one region, one clan, one sub-clan, but all Somalis.
This is clear nothing remains. 212121 warning who wants to be both SS will lose being Lander recognized. Lander is recognized for good and forever and the Somalis across as separately. Those of you still want to be SL/Europeans or Americans/ Asians /Ugandans will lose their national entity if you won’t get your tail done do. (The office of the International Relations for Somalia) and the BAR of Somaliland must keep on away truck dual policy.
She also argued for a “unified Somalia” that takes into account the legitimate constituencies that exist throughout the country. The United States has never expressed support for an independent Somaliland. It has effectively left that decision to the African Union.
An independent Somaliland was not part of the dual track policy when it was announced and it never subsequently became part of the policy. On the other hand, Somaliland had every reason to expect more political interaction with and increased development assistance from the United States as a consequence of the dual track policy based on U.S. appreciation of and support for Somaliland?s political and economic progress.
I have argued for the past decade that the United States should devote more development resources to Somaliland and Puntland. In the case of Somaliland, the security situation permitting, I have also urged the United States to open a small liaison office in Hargeisa to monitor an expanded development program. While there have been more frequent visits by U.S.officials, they still take place under security requirements that are unnecessarily stringent.
At a minimum, U.S. personnel should have more flexibility in visiting both Somaliland and Puntland. The U.S. dual track policy will continue to react to the situation on the ground in the Horn of Africa. As the situation changes, U.S. priorities will change and there could be even significant policy changes.
While the campaign against al-Shabaab has been the single most significant determinant of U.S. policy in the region, it is not the only one. The United States remains interested in advancing economic development and democratization in Somalia and Somaliland.
While pressures on the U.S. federal budget are going to make U.S. engagement increasingly more difficult in the coming months, Somaliland needs to continue to make its case for additional U.S. assistance.
Ultimately, the status of Somaliland and the rest of Somalia will most probably be determined by Somalis throughout the country in consultation with each other. Once there is agreement among Somalis, the international community will almost certainly follow their lead.
David H. Shinn is an adjunct professor of international affairs at The George Washington University, Amb. Shinn, who received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from GW, is a former U.S. ambassador to Ethiopia (1996-99) and to Burkina Faso (1987-90) and the author of China and Africa: A Century of Engagement.
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