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It’s a pay back time from the elite

In a midst of regime domination, the various fragmented opposition groups are ambivalent how to tackle the real issue. We need to expose the personalities that vigorously support the regime for any future government to deal with accordingly, in other words we need to isolate the ruling class from the different parts society.

Lately La Nation local news articles by in large is already in campaign mode. It’s about that time that the elites who has a free ride to show their unwavering support, however the support may come in different format,

For instance the article in question as pure government propaganda talks about business and the environment, the is a laughable agenda, I think you need to have basic necessity of life to worry about the environment. As we the majority need protection from this monopoly business that often refuses fair business practices and competitions for the benefit of all Djiboutian.

The businessmen and women are not in business to create public policy they are here to look after their interest and maximize their bottom-line only, anything they said in this conference for the record is questionable.

Coubéche Coca Cola Company is a health hazardous to community in general, the company produces to the sweetest drinks from around the word, and the government of the day unfortunately is not position to control the sugar content of the Coubéche Coca Cola Company products, not to mention the salinity level of its mineral water Crystal. This might well be one the reason that we have the high rate of diabetes incidents in the country.

Mr. Omer Dankali Djibouti Chamber of Commerce President, the chairman of the conference was the owner of the Horn of Africa Pharmacy. He isn’t elected as the paper claims, he is appointed by the absolute ruler of Djibouti none other than Piggy himself.

Mr. Dankali mention in his speech the need of controlling energy consumption and the reduction and recovery of waste which, among other things, companies to streamline their costs, whilst helping to preserve the Environment and clean energy development. It a nice talk of saying, we, the businesses of Djibouti can regulate and police ourselves, so just trust us blindly.

Mr. Dankali does the opposite of what he preaches; his business has a huge electrical generator across the street on a public-land illegally. Mr. Dankali doesn’t only run his generator whilst the unreliable public electricity is available, but he also provides the electricity the Chamber of commerce situated in the same building, off course with hefty bill.

Coubéche Coca Cola Company also employs the same technique but in large-scale than Mr. Dankali. Thus both Mr. Dankali the President and Ms.  Coubéche the Vice-President also chair and vice-chair of the conference respectively are the biggest polluter.

Mr. Dankali went on with his speech and sounded like civil-servant and policy-maker, he also mentioned poverty reduction, preserving environment and greenhouse gas emissions. This is dream plan built during khat chewing session, as we can see this can’t, wouldn’t happen without genuine government partnership with businesses and other concerned agencies.

Mr. dankali and Coubéche businesses tend to outsource whatever little employments that their businesses create to Foreign National, however in this regard their action is a contrary to what they publicly advocate for, one would ask himself or herself who  they are trying to fool !!

hambre de Commerce de Djibouti
Susciter une fibre écologique
La chambre de commerce de Djibouti a organisé samedi dernier dans ses murs une conférence dont le thème central portait sur l’entreprise et l’environnement au XX1 siècle.  

L’événement a regroupé sur place des élus de la chambre consulaire dont le président Saïd Omar Moussa et la première vice présidente Madga Remon Coubéche, un parterre d’acteurs du secteur privé et d’étudiants.

Les uns et les autres ont suivi d’une oreille attentive l’exposé du professeur Michel Damian, détaché auprès de la faculté de Droit, d’Economie et Gestion de l’Université de Djibouti sur les grandes questions d’environnement et les stratégies d’entreprises.

Autrement dit, le conférencier a évoqué les contraintes des entreprises qui doivent concilier les performances de leurs activités économiques et les impératifs de la préservation de l’environnement. Elles se doivent d’être plus éco efficientes, c’est à dire produire plus avec moins de pollution.

Le constat soulève l’intérêt de ce type de conférence qui s’inscrit pleinement dans la mission de service public de la chambre consulaire selon le président Saïd Omar Moussa. « Il nous faut nous développer, lutter contre la pauvreté tout en n’oubliant pas de préserver notre environnement » a-t-il indiqué en substance dans son mot d’ouverture de ce colloque.

Pour illustrer ses propos, le Président a pris comme exemple la maîtrise de la consommation d’énergie et la réduction et la valorisation des déchets qui permettront, entre autres choses, aux entreprises de rationaliser leurs coûts, tout en contribuant à la préservation de l’environnement et au développement des énergies propres.

On retrouve une pareille logique dans l’intervention du professeur Michel Damian sur les origines et les sujets d’actualités relatifs aux problèmes d’environnement.

Citons la finitude de la planète, les limites de la croissance, les grandes conférences sur l’environnement, le principe pollueur-payeur, la notion de développement durable, la croissance verte.

Les corrélations entre ces grandes questions d’environnement et les politiques et stratégies d’entreprises constituaient les grandes lignes de l’argumentation que l’universitaire a développée devant l’assistance.

Exemple concret : la relation entre le secteur des transports et les émissions de gaz à effet de serre, qui concerne bien sûr directement les acteurs économiques de Djibouti, a été évoquée.

Autant de détails ont nourri les débats soutenus et fructueux de cette conférence qui a débouché sur le consensus des participants autour des moyens susceptibles de susciter une fibre écologique parmi les entrepreneurs djiboutiens.

About labo22

Hi, this is Labaale your average concerned citizen of Horn of Africa, we’re really worried about the stability of this war torn region, we have the worst dictators from around the world, ironically supported by the Western Countries supposedly the advocators of democracy, transparency, good governance and human Right, If regime change is really needed this is the place to start, we have no short of rootless dictators from MELES Zenawi of Ethiopia,ISMAIL Guelleh of Djibouti,RAYAALE Kahin of self-declared Somaliland and ISAIAS Afwerk of Eritrea.


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