Prof. Jawaari: Presidential elections will be free and fair.

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The speaker of the Somali federal parliament, Prof.Mohamed Sheikh Osman says free and fair presidential elections will be held for Somalia come 10th September

Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman alias Jawari whispered that they were busy planning a free and fair presidential election that will be historical to solve the two-decade standoff in Somalia.

The speaker urged parliamentarians to perform their national duties without favours.

One of these duties will be electing a president that will rebuild the war-torn nation.

Prof.Jawari supposed that Somali MPs are not leaders but the servants of the Somalis where he anticipated them to reflect on the need of their people.

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Daniella says: Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 13:06:49
Having experienced my beevold (and formerly completely healthy) mother's slow, agonizing death to pancreatic cancer, I get where Young's idea came from, but it just wasn't art. It was a personal shrine to his father, period. And I have to say it wasn't even artistically curated, which I thought was Young's thing. I get that it was emotional to him (and apparently to China) but it left me empty he did nothing to bridge his loss to the viewer's own experiences. He just hung up a bunch of shirts and snapshots. I didn't even see anything sellable there, which was part of the purpose of the exhibit, no? I was so disappointed that he placed above Sara J, who clearly had substance, intelligence, and beauty in her work far beyond what Young showed. But I'm thrilled for Kymia! Her work was full of emotion and impact. It's so interesting to me to see the parallels between the subject matter for Kymia and Young, and to see how an ARTIST treats the subject matter to pull in her viewer to evoke powerful emotions, to connect truly awesome. Truly beautiful.
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