Imprisonment Of Politicians Is An Abomination To The Country And The Laws Of The State.
April 4, 2021 - Written by qoriadmin

Burao – (QN24) – The State Is A System Based On Social Contract, The Constitution And Other Laws That Come From It, And Is Based On The Protection Of The Dignity And Welfare Of The People Of The Republic Of Somaliland, According To Article 1, Clause 2 And Articles 22 To 36 Of The Constitution Of The Republic Of Somaliland On The Rights And Freedoms Of The Citizens Of The Republic Of Somaliland.
Since the Constitution Guarantees that a Person can Vote and be elected in Article 22, threatening someone for what you are running for is a great insult to what the people of the Republic of Somaliland have learned and the laws of the Land, and it will be 30 Years old for The Nation, Dire consequences And Major Setbacks Faced.

During the three years of President Bihi’s Presidency, the Targeted crackdown on Politicians, Journalists, and other Citizens of the Republic of Somaliland Who Expressed their views and opinions was guaranteed by Article 32 of the Constitution.

It is clear that the government has come out to put pressure on its people, who it sees as opposing or opposing its interests, yet today there is pressure everywhere and the President of Somaliland still wants the country to be a system. The President’s speech on the day of the Kulmiye Party’s convention shows that he is concerned about the Laws of the country and that the President and his administration are interested in the laws and regulations of the country in the past.

The only asset that the people of the Republic of Somaliland have is the system of government, and if it becomes a matter of interest to whoever is in office, it will end up in chaos, the national institutions and the citizens of the Republic of Somaliland need to to protect the country’s laws do not work, as long as the person who wishes to rule the country as he dressed much about.

It was only recently that the political parties of the Republic of Somaliland withdrew from the legal framework of the country and their foundations by returning the country to the clan system, and deliberately violated Article 9 of the Constitution of the Republic of Somaliland. As a result, competing party candidates are said to have been captured and imprisoned by their families under the guise of government.

President of the country at the time the opposition was about rolling all over, he did not to protect the rights and Political rights of Citizens, the use of detention policy, the kidnapping party interest particular, suppression and repression of citizens of the Republic of Somaliland are politicians, journalists, philanthropists, citizens and anyone whom his government deems to be against it.

Such incidents, all of which have taken place during the three-and-a-half-year rule of the President, are an affront to the long-standing struggle of the people of the Republic of Somaliland, which has cost hundreds of thousands of lives. They violate the laws of the land and the democratic system of the Republic of Somaliland, they violate the rights of the citizens of the Republic of Somaliland and human rights in general.

I Condemn all acts that Violate the political rights of the Citizens of the Republic of Somaliland and other fundamental rights granted by the Country’s Laws, and I Condemn all Violations of the electoral laws and the Country’s Constitution with special interest. In view of this, I condemn the abuse of political parties in the Republic of Somaliland which is the Property of the people and the Country of the Republic of Somaliland during their existence.

We warn the government of President Muse Bihi and his party to protect the honor and dignity of the national institutions, the national army and the judiciary from being used for political gain and in violation of the Country’s established laws, as this has undermined credibility. the people hold the constitutional institutions of the country and the National Army as a whole should be between the people and the Country.

Mohamed Abdi Jama, (Mohamed Dhimbiil).

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