Sawiro: Ciidamada Tunisia oo isku dayaya in ay xoog ku qaboojiyaan qalalaasaha dalkaasi ka socda!

Boqolaal dhalinyaro ah ayaa isku soo baxayo ka dhagay magaalooyinka waawayn ee dalka Tunisia iyada oo booliska caasimada adeegsadeen sunta dadka ka ilmeysiisa iyo tubooyinka biyaha si ay isugu dayaan in ay joojiyaan qalalaasaha.

Rabshadaha iyo mudaharaadyada oo adeegsanaya dhagxaan iyo bambaanooyin macmal ah ayaa sanad-guuradii 10aad wada olole ay ku dalbanayaan dimuqraadiyad laakiin wax yar oo faa’iido ah oo laga helay inta badan majirto sida ay falanqeeyayaashu sheegayaan, iyadoo carada sii kordheysa ee shaqo la’aanta joogtada ah iyo adeegyada gobolka ee liita kor u kacday.

Si kastaba ha noqotee, iyada oo aan lahayn ajande cad, hoggaanka siyaasadeed ama taageerada xisbiyada waawayn, ma cadda in banaanbaxyadu ay xoog ku sii socon doonaan ama ay joogsan doonaan, sida wareegtooyin badan oo hore oo mudaaharaadyo ah ay sameeyeen tan iyo 2011.

Afhayeen u hadlay wasaaradda arrimaha gudaha ayaa Isniintii sheegay in booliisku ay xireen 632 qof Axaddii oo keliya ka dib wixii ay ugu yeereen rabshado ka dhacay waddanka oo dhan oo ay ka mid ahaayeen bililiqo iyo weerar lagu qaaday hanti. Maxaabiista ayaa badankood da’doodu ahayd 15-20, ayuu yiri.

Tunisian protesters confront security forces in a street in the Ettadhamen city suburb on the northwestern outskirts of Tunis on January 18, 2021, amidst a wave of nightly protests in the North African country. – The social unrest comes at a time of economic crisis, worsened by the pandemic, that has sparked rapid inflation and high youth unemployment and led many people to leave Tunisia. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)
Tunisian protesters block a street during clashes with security forces in the Ettadhamen city suburb on the northwestwern outskirts of Tunis on January 18, 2021, amidst a wave of nightly protests in the North African country. – The social unrest comes at a time of economic crisis, worsened by the pandemic, that has sparked rapid inflation and high youth unemployment and led many people to leave Tunisia. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)
Protesters stand amidst fumes as they block a street during clashes with security forces in the Ettadhamen city suburb on the northwestwern outskirts of Tunisia’s capital Tunis on January 18, 2021, amidst a wave of nightly protests in the North African country. – The social unrest comes at a time of economic crisis, worsened by the pandemic, that has sparked rapid inflation and high youth unemployment and led many people to leave the North African country. (Photo by FETHI BELAID / AFP)
Police officers face demonstrators during clashes in Ibn Khaldoun City near Tunis, Tunisia, Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. Tunisia’s defense ministry said Monday that army units deployed overnight and police have quelled days-long social unrest that saw violent protests by young people in various cities across the North African country, angry at the state of the economy and of public services. (AP Photo/Hassene Dridi)
epa08947334 Security forces clash with demonstrators during anti-government protests in Tunis, Tunisia, 18 January 2021. A wave of nocturnal demonstrations has rocked the country since 16 January. A wave of nocturnal demonstrations has rocked the country since 16 January. EPA-EFE/MOHAMED MESSARA
epa08947348 Security forces clash with demonstrators during anti-government protests in Tunis, Tunisia, 18 January 2021. A wave of nocturnal demonstrations has rocked the country since 16 January. A wave of nocturnal demonstrations has rocked the country since 16 January. EPA-EFE/MOHAMED MESSARA