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Issue 495 -- 23rd - 29th July 2011

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Somaliland News

News Headlines

Police Arrest Three People For Dispensing Somalia’s Passport

Third Batch Graduates From Sahan Center

Worldremit Launches “Send Money To Yourself” Service In Somaliland

Local and Regional Affairs

Cartoon In Murdoch’s Paper Calls Hacking Inquiry A Distraction From African Famine

Uganda Or Even UK Can Host Somalis, Says Ojode

US To Allow Aid Shipments To Islamist-Held Somalia 'If Security Is Guaranteed'

Analysts: Somali War Helped Turn Drought To Famine

We Need Safe Access To Those Affected By Famine In Somalia, Says World Vision

On Tanker Hijacked Another Released

Scarborough Restaurant Owner Pleads For Canadian Government To Help Somalia

Editorial

Is Yemen Becoming Another Somalia?

Features & Commentary

Protecting Somaliland's Endangered Cave Paintings

Somalia's Sea Wolves

African Viewpoint: Messy Divorces

Kenyan Runner Hopes Success In U.S. Will Improve Her Family's Life

No Owner, No Cargo And No Hope Of Ransom: Pirates Urged To Show Mercy

International News

Opinion

Col Iyo Abaar - War & Drought

Somaliland: Seeking A Deserved Recognition

A Note To My Late Kulmiye General Secretary: Kayse Hassan Cige

Bashe A. Gabobe Says Deposit For Political Parties Is Too Large

Hargeysa, Somaliland, July 23, 2011 (SL Times) – The campaign manager of Kulmiye party for the western regions in the last presidential election, Eng. Bashe Abdi Gabobe, said that requiring political parties to pay $25000 deposit for registration will eliminate a lot of people from participating in the political process and that, given the prevalent poverty in Somaliland, only those with high income will be able to form parties. Instead of asking for $25000, Bashe A. Gabobe suggested that a deposit of $5000 should be required.
Kulmiye had pledged during the last presidential that it will allow the formation of new political parties, and after consulting with the various constituencies, Kulmiye’s government had submitted to parliament its position that political parties should be allowed to be formed.
The law for the formation of new parties is now in the hand of parliament.


 




 



 




 


 



 



 

 


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