Taliyaha Ciidanka iyo Abaanduulaha oo lagu hordhaariyay Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya (Daawo Sawirada)

Madaxweynaha Jamhuriyadda Federaalka ee Soomaaliya, Mudane Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud ayaa hortiisa lagu dhaariyey Taliyaha Cusub ee Ciidammada Xoogga Dalka Soomaaliyeed S/Gaas Maxamed Aadan Axmed iyo Abaanduulaha Cusub ee Ciidammada Xoogga Dalka, S/Guuto Cali Baashi Maxamed Xaaji Cumar.

Xafladda dhaarta oo ka dhacdey xarunta Madaxtooyada, ayaa Madaxweynaha hadal uu ka jeediyay waxaa uu kula dardaarmey madaxda cusub ee ciidammada inay meesha ka sii wadaan guulaha iyo horumarka uu ciidanka sameeyay muddadii ay xilka hayeen madaxdii ka horeysey.

“Ciidammada Xoogga Dalka Soomaaliyeed waxay ku talaabsadeen horumar la taaban karo, dowladduna muhimad gaar ah ayay siineysa inay daboosho baahida ciidanka. Cadowga nabad diidka ah waxaa la gaarsiiyey jab xooggan, taana waxaa abaalkeeda leh ciidammada Xoogga Dalka oo garabsanaya AMISOM. Waxaan idin kula dardaarmayaa inaad ka faa’ideysataan horumarka ay sameeyeen taliyeyaasha idinka horeeyay, isla markaana aad ka shaqeysaan tayeynta ciidanka iyo inaad waddanka u horseeddaan inuu nabad buuxda gaaro’’, ayu yiri Madaxweynaha.

Xafladda dhaarta ayaa waxaa goob joog ka ahaa Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Xukuumadda, Mudane Cumar Cabdirashiid Sharma’arke, xubno ka tirsan golaha wasiirrada iyo mas’uuliyiin kale.

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Madaxweyne Siilaanyo oo ka qaybgalay Xuska Aasaaska Booliiska Somaliland –

26-Nov-2015-Waxaa maanta Garoonka diyaaradaha Aadan Cadde ee Magaalada Muqdisho laga soo dajiyay Meydka Safiirkii hore ee Dowlada Soomaaliya u fadhiyay Dalka Masar Marxuun Cabdullahi Xasan Maxamuud, oo dhawaan ku geeriyooday Magaalada Qaahira.

Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya Xasan Sheekh Maxamuud iyo Xubno kale oo katirsan Labada Golle ee Dowlada Federaalka ayaa Garoonka Diyaaradaha Aadan Cadde waxa ay salaada Janaasada kula dukadeen Meydka Marxuun Cabdullahi Xasan Maxamuud.

Allaha u Naxariistee Marxuunka ayaa lagu wadaa in maanta lagu aaso Magaalada Muqdisho, waxaana Geerida Safiirkii hore ee Dowlada Soomaaliya u fadhiyay dalka Masar ka tacsiyadeeyay Madaxda sare ee Dowlada Soomaaliya.

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Madaxa Xafiiska Qarammada Midoobay ee UNSOM oo Maanta safarkiisii ugu Horreeyay ku tagay Magaalada Hargeysa

Mr_Kay_FP Ergayga Qaramada Midoobay ee arrimaha Soomaaliya, Nicholas Kay iyo xubno la socday ayaa maanta tagay Hargeysa si uu kulammo ula yeesho madaxda Somailland oo uu ugu horreeyo Axmed Siilaanyo oo ah madaxweynaha maamulka Somaliland.

Booqashada uu ergaygu ku tagay Hargeysa ayaa noqonaysa tii ugu horreysay tan iyo markii xilkan uu la wareegay hoggaantii bishan Juun, wuxuuna xilligaas sheegay in Hargeysa ay ka mid tahay goobaha ay ka furan doonaan xafiisyada.

“Waxaan Hargeysa u imid xilli aad u horreeya oo ka mid ah wakhtiga ay shaqadaydu billaabantay si aan u muujiyo in Qaramada Midoobay ay taageerayso himilooyinka nabadda iyo barwaaqada,” ayuu Kay yiri markii uu Hargeysa ka dagay saakay oo Khamiis ah.

Wakiilku wuxuu la kulmay wasiirka arrimaha dibadda ee Somaliland, Maxamed Cabdullaahi Cumar, iyadoo lagu wado inuu caawa fiidkii kulankiisii ugu horreeyay la yeesho madaxweynaha Somaliland, Axmed Siilaanayo.

“Somaliland waa jasiirad nabdoon oo xasiloon oo ku taalla gobol aan xasiloonayn, waxaan rumaysanahay inay jiraan casharo laga baran karo halkan oo ku saabsan sidii nabadda gobolka loo dhisi lahaa. Sidaas daraadeed, waxanu halkan u nimid inaanu wax ka-baranno isla markaana taageerno hindiseyaal horseedaya nabad waaarta, xasilooni iyo barwaaqo,” ayuu hadalkiisaa ku daray.

Hawsha loo igmaday UNSOM waa inay gacan ka gaysato dhismaha awoodda wax-qabad ee Qaranka, adkaynta nabadda, iyadoo ahmiyadda la siinayo maamul-wanaagga, dibuhabeynta hay’adaha amniga, sharciga iyo kala dambeynta, xuquuqda aadamaha, dhex-dhexaadinta wada-xaajoodyada iyo isku-dubaridka kaalmooyinka caalamiga ah.

Ergayga Qaramada Midoobay wuxu yidhi: “Waanu ka warqabnaa dadaalka Somaliland ee la xiriira xoojinta hay’adaha dimuqraadiyadda iyo meel-marinta dimuqraadiyadda iyadoo Somaliland qabatay doorashooyin soo noqnoqday. Sidoo kale waxaan ka warqabnaa inay jiraan caqabado la xiriira nidaamka cadaaladda iyo hay’adaha quseeya iyo weliba xeerka dhaqanka ee la xiriira, waxanu diyaar u nahay inaanu taageero ka gaysano sii xoojinta ku dhaqanka sharciga.”

Ugu dambeyn, ergaygu wuxuu sheegay in UNSOM ay diyaar u tahay inay gacan ka gaysato wada-hadallada Somalia iyo Somaliland. “Booqashadani waxay hordhac u tahay booqashooyin badan oo aan Somaliland ku imaan doono waxaana iga go’an wada-shaqayn miro-dhal ah. Xafiiska Hargeysa wuxuu xiriir hor leh la yeelan doonaa maamulka iyo bulshada rayidka ah si loogu kuur-galo meelaha la iska kaashan karno

Cairo


Egypt’s highest judicial body joined protesters Saturday in lambasting the country’s president for issuing a decree disabling the courts and giving him unchecked power.

President Mohamed Morsy on Thursday announced that courts could not overturn any decree or law he has issued since taking office in June and, beyond that, in the six months until a new constitution is finalized, his spokesman said on state-run TV.

He also fired Egypt’s prosecutor general, who has been criticized for the insufficient prosecutions of those suspected in demonstrators’ deaths in 2011.

The Supreme Judicial Council, the highest judicial body in Egypt, weighed in Saturday, calling the decree an “unprecedented attack on the independence of the judicial branch,” state-run media reported.

“The Supreme Judicial Council, which is in charge of all matters related to the judiciary and the judges, expresses its dismay at the issuance of such a decree and is calling on the president of the republic to distance himself from all matters related to the judicial branch and its agencies,” state news agency MENA said.

The president’s decree sparked demonstrations in Egypt and widespread anger in the country at Morsy, who had been widely praised across the world for spearheading a cease-fire agreement in Gaza after eight days of fighting between Israel and Hamas.

Dozens of protesters, some throwing rocks, faced off in central Cairo on Saturday morning with police, who fired tear gas canisters at them. The gas drifted through streets near a more thinly populated Tahrir Square, where just a day before thousands of protesters called for the overthrow of the regime.

Egyptian state TV reported clashes outside the judicial building in Cairo between opponents and supporters of the government. Clashes continued into the evening between protesters and security forces, with police firing tear gas and warning shots in the air near the Interior Minsitry.

Alaa Mahmoud, Interior Ministry spokesman, said hundreds of Morsy supporters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood attempted to storm the building, but riot police stopped them.

The protesters congregated at the entrance of the judicial building. That’s where the leadership of the Egypt Judges Club, an association of judges from across the country, was meeting with former Prosecutor General Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud.

The judges and Mahmoud vehemently oppose Morsy’s actions.

“The people want to execute the prosecutor general,” the pro-Morsy protesters chanted outside the building.

The general assembly of the judges’ club has called for a nationwide strike in all courts and prosecution offices to protest the president’s move, state-run Nile TV reported.

Judges in Alexandria and Damanhour say they are putting all court hearings on hold until further notice.

Yet other judges offered support for Morsy. The Judges for Egypt movement, a nongovernmental organization made up of judges, denounced any call for a strike, according to state TV.

Morsy’s supporters plan to assert their clout throughout the week. The Muslim Brotherhood, the movement Morsy once led, will stage nationwide demonstrations starting Sunday to back the president’s decrees and plans. It also announced a “Million Man” demonstration Tuesday at Abdeen Square in Cairo in support of Morsy’s decisions.

Nearly two years after popular unrest spurred former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s fall, throngs have taken to Egypt’s streets in past days to call for revolution again, this time for the ouster of his successor.

Tents dot Cairo’s Tahrir Square, just as they did during the 2011 uprising, and clashes between protesters and police were reported Friday in the capital, the port city of Alexandria and elsewhere around the North African nation. Opposition leaders say they are firm in their resolve and, in Cairo’s landmark square at least, scores could be seen milling about overnight.

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“It’s unprecedented, it’s unimaginable, it’s more (power) than Mr. Mubarak ever had,” Mohamed ElBaradei, a Nobel laureate and head of Egypt’s Constitution Party, told CNN. “This is the language of a dictator.”

ElBaradei, a one-time head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, urged “civil disobedience.”

“Endorsing the position of ElBaradei, (former Arab League chief) Amr Moussa and others, I urge all who voted for me to stand with us against the tyranny of the regime,” wrote Ahmed Shafik , a former prime minister who received 48% of the vote in this year’s presidential run-off, on Twitter.

Despite such opposition, Morsy was defiant and insistent Friday that his actions are in the interests of the Egyptian people.

“I have dedicated myself and my life for democracy and freedom,” he told hundreds of supporters outside the presidential palace in Cairo. “The steps I took are meant to achieve political and social stability.”

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The chair of Egypt’s Cabinet, Mohamed Refaa al-Tahtawi, brushed back criticisms that Morsy had made an undemocratic power grab, saying the opposite is true and that Morsy “is not really trying to monopolize power.”

“He is trying to have strong pillars for a steady progress toward democracy,” al-Tahtawi said. “A dictator would not try to have an elected parliament as soon as possible.”

The Cabinet chief added, “I assure you that in the coming days, the opposition will fade away and calm down.”

But that sentiment was not shared by everyone.

Tensions were brewing days before the president’s moves; protesters have been in Tahrir Square since Monday.

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The anger has been directed at Morsy and the Islamist movement of which he is a member. The Muslim Brotherhood was banned under Mubarak but has since risen exponentially in stature. There has also been growing turmoil about the constitutional panel, pitting conservatives who want Egypt to be governed by Islam’s Sharia law against moderates and liberals pushing for it to ensure basic freedoms, including for women.

On Friday in Tahrir Square, thousands had Morsy in mind as they chanted, “Leave, leave,” and “The people want to topple the regime,” the signature phrase of the Arab Spring uprisings, cried out from Tunisia to Egypt and Syria.

Nearby, in front of Egypt’s parliament building, thousands of protesters threw rocks as police used their vehicles and tear gas to keep the crowd contained.

A Cairo doctor said Saturday that a day earlier he treated five patients who had been wounded by shot pellets. But most of the injuries Dr. Mahmoud Said handled at Mounira Hospital were cuts resulting from hurled stones.

The top floor of an eight-story apartment building caught on fire Friday night, a blaze protesters blamed on a police tear gas canister tossed at demonstrators who were on top of the building earlier in the day.

About 215 kilometers (130 miles) north in Alexandria, protesters on Friday stormed the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing and set it on fire, said Ahmed Sobea, a spokesman for the Freedom and Justice Party.

Protest turns violent in Cairo

Calling for calm and dialogue, the U.S. State Department expressed concern Friday about the developments, saying, “One of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution.”

Dr. Khaled al-Khatib, from Egypt’s health ministry, reported at least 140 injuries nationwide in the unrest, including 37 in Port Said and 36 in Cairo, according to state-run EGYNews. Eleven police officers were injured, state TV reported, citing the Interior Ministry.

Al-Khatib said there were no deaths, which differs from an earlier report Friday from Health Ministry spokesman Mohamed Sultan of at least one death. ElBaradei said one young man is “clinically dead” after being shot in the head, with more than 300 people getting treatment at area hospitals because of tear gas.

Cameras have been installed on residential and government buildings around Tahrir Square so authorities can “capture images of those troublemakers and protesters who attack security forces,” said Interior Ministry spokesman Alaa Mahmoud.

Thus far, authorities have arrested 210 protesters, 85 of whom are charged with destroying public property, thuggery and attacking security forces, the Interior Ministry said, according to state TV. Some 44 of those arrested are juveniles who are now back with their families.

“My worry … is that the while situation will turn ugly, will turn violent if Morsy doesn’t rescind (his) decisions (and) engage in dialogue with the rest of the country,” ElBaradei said, adding he had met with Morsy a week ago and felt blindsided by his moves.

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