Xisbiga UDUB

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(Waxaa laga soo toosiyay UDUB)
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Ururka Dimuqraadiga Ummadda Bahawday
United Peoples' Democratic Party
Founder Maxamed Xaaji Ibraahim Cigaal
La sameeyay July 2001
Burburey 2010-11
Xarunta sare Hargeysa
Heerka siyaasad Dhexdhexaad iyo Dhexe-bidix
Baarlamaanka Somaliland
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Ururka Dimuqraadiga Ummadda Bahawday (Af-Soomaali: United Peoples' Democratic Party, UDUB) wuxuu ahaa xisbi siyaasadeed ka howlgali jirey maamulka Somaliland, oo ah dowlad jamhuuriyad aanu weli caalamku aqoonsan isla markaana hoostegta wadanka Soomaaliya.[1] Xisbiga UDUB wuxuu ka mid ahaan xisbiyadii ugu horeeyay ee ka sameysma maamulka Somaliland, waxaana aasaaskiisa lahaa madaxweynihii hore Maxamed Xaaji Ibraahim Cigaal sanadkii 2001.[2] Si kastaba ha ahaatee, Xisbiga UDUB wuxuu burburay dhamaadkii 2010ka wakhtigaasi oo xubnihiisii ku kala biireen xisbiyo kale.

Faallo

UDUB waa xisbi siyaasadeed oo kajira somaliland.

Liiska Xisbiyada Siyaasada

Tan iyo wakhtigii dadka Soomaalidu qaateen xoriyada waxaa jiray xisbiyo siyaasadeed. Sanadkii 1969kii ayaa waxaa talada wadanka la wareegay Golaha Sare Kacaanka (SRC) kuwaasi oo dhowr nooc oo xisbiyo ah soo bandhigay; sida Xisbigii Kacaanka Hantiwadaaga. Si kastaba ha ahaatee, waxaa wadanka Soomaaliya ugu horeeyay Xisbiga SYL, kuwaasi oo ahaa xisbigii la dagaalamay gumaystihii wadanka.[3]

Markii Jaale Siyaad Barre la wareegay talada wadanka, waxaa meesha ka baxday dhamaan xisbiyadii bulshada ee madaxa banaanaa, wakhtigaasi oo wadanka Soomaaliya iskubedelay nidaamka shuuciyada[4] ee laga keenay wadanka Ruushka iyo Shiinaha. Ka dib, markii uu dhacay dagaalkii sokeeye ee wadanka sanadkii 1991kii ayaa waxaa meesha ka baxday dhamaanba nidaamkii dowladnimo ee wadanka Soomaaliya.[5] Si kastaba ha ahaatee, dadaalo badan oo dawlad dhisid ah ka dib waxaa Soomaaliya dib uga soo noolaaday nidaamka xisbiyada kuwaasi oo ilaa maanta daciif ah.[6]

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Tixraac

  1. "Somalia". World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 2014-01-19. 
  2. Renders, Marleen (2012), Consider Somaliland, Leiden: Brill, page 211.
  3. Luqman B. Abdulaahi.
  4. Peter John de la Fosse Wiles, The New Communist Third World: an essay in political economy, (Taylor & Francis: 1982), p. 279 ISBN 0-7099-2709-6.
  5. Central Intelligence Agency (2011). "Somalia". The World Factbook. Langley, Virginia: Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 2011-10-05. 
  6. "Somalia: UN Envoy Says Inauguration of New Parliament in Somalia 'Historic Moment'". Forum on China-Africa Cooperation. 21 August 2012. Retrieved 24 August 2012.