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By MGoth On Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Somaliland:The ugly face of tribalism reveals itself in the local elections.

The Somaliland local elections have been a far cry from the success that was reported in much of the media. As expected some of the Political Parties which lost out in the race were unhappy with the proceedings More...

By MGoth On Monday, December 24th, 2012

Somaliland: Cancer of Tribalism Came To The Fore After Meaningless Elections Reignited

In the following text, you may not agree all but try to decipher what context is written and the status quo in the country, I wrote out of sincerity as well as “tone” peculiar to many but people may digest to More...

By goth Mohamed On Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

Tribalism: Somalia and Somalilands political disease

Looking back at Somalia in the 1960’s tribes was influential but no way near as influential as it is today. The big tribes, Hawiye and Darod, were always going for Presidency in Somalia simply because of their More...

By SomalilandPress On Saturday, October 13th, 2012

Somaliland: Do we really want to end tribalism?

Somali speaking people are always complaining about tribalism and everybody would seemingly like to end it. But still tribalism thrives and gets stronger and more pervasive than it should be. What is wrong? Is tribalism More...

By SomalilandPress On Saturday, October 6th, 2012

Somaliland multiparty system and tribalism. The rebirth of tribalism

Tribalism is on the horizon yet again in Somaliland, big time, we thought we have long buried it. Looks like we are going back or heading back to the dark ages. When multiparty was introduced or  announced last More...

By SomalilandPress On Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Somaliland: RE: What You Can Do For Your Country? Poverty, Breeds, Tribalism, Breeds Extremist’

My fellow Somalilanders, may I, take this opportunity to share my point of views, regarding the recent political development   in Somaliland. Whilst it is right to hold to our political leaders to account for More...