Contre la révision de la Constitution djiboutienne sign now

(Version française)(English version below)
Après dix ans de mandat présidentiel dIsmail Omar Guelleh, la population djiboutienne dresse un bilan désastreux. Non seulement le pays senfonce dans une crise économique dont les effets sont mesurables, en constatant, par exemple la baisse constante du pouvoir dachat des familles et laugmentation du taux de chômage (90 \% de demandeurs demploi selon les secteurs), mais les libertés sont réduites progressivement : il ny a plus de média libres à Djibouti. Tous les sites internet dopposition sont censurés. La justice est aux ordres du pouvoir et a perdu toute crédibilité.

Dans ce contexte de favoritisme tribal, deffondrement des services publics (enseignement, santé, prestations sociales, justice, armée, etc.), et de corruption généralisée, les dignitaires des partis au pouvoir lancent aujourdhui un appel pour que la Constitution djiboutienne soit révisée, afin de permettre au Président actuel de solliciter un troisième mandat.

Ces personnalités, inféodées au pouvoir, ont avant tout un intérêt personnel à ce que le système clientéliste perdure. Malgré cela, elles prétendent être porteuses dun message populaire en faveur de cette violation constitutionnelle dangereuse.

Afin de mettre un terme à ces allégations non fondées et de montrer que la société civile ne partage pas ce point de vue, les partis dopposition djiboutiens, les syndicats libres et les associations sassocient pour dénoncer une manuvre honteuse, injuste et anti-démocratique. Imaginez ce quil adviendrait de la crédibilité des Constitutions, si chaque Chef dEtat décidait de réviser les articles au gré de ses désirs et de ses intérêts ?

Le peuple djiboutien aspire à la Paix, à la Justice et à légalité des chances. Il appelle lavènement dun régime juste qui saura prendre les décisions propres à reconstruire le pays et à permettre à chacun dexercer ses droits et ses devoirs dans le respect de la Constitution non modifiée et des différentes chartes internationales.

En approuvant cette pétition, les signataires expriment leur refus de réviser la constitution pour permettre au Président de briguer un troisième mandat et pourquoi pas dautres .

Les partis et associations ci-dessous ont élaboré cette pétition, qui est ouverte à lensemble de lopposition, aux représentants de la société civile, à toutes les Djiboutiennes et Djiboutiens et à tous ceux qui estiment quil est urgent de mettre un terme à létat de dictature à Djibouti.

ARDHD
UGUTA-TOOSA
GED
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(English version)
After ten years of President Ismaël Omar Guellehs term of office, the Djibouti population are facing disastrous consequences. Not only has the country fallen into an economic crisis whose significance can be measured, amongst other things, by the consistent decrease in families purchasing power and the increasing unemployment rate (In certain sectors, unemployment rates have reached as high as 90\%), but freedom has also seen a gradual and significant reduction: there are no remaining independent media in Djibouti. Most of internet opposition websites are censured. Justice falls under the authority of the government and has lost all credibility.

In this context of tribal prejudice, of collapsing public services (education, health, social security, justice, military, etc), and of generalized corruption, a majority of the leaders of the political parties in power are calling for a revision of the Djibouti Constitution to allow the current President to solicit a third mandate.

These figures, inextricably linked to political power, are driven primarily by a personal interest in ensuring that the political clientelism currently in place remains. They continue to claim, however, that this dangerous constitutional violation is supported by majority of the population.

In order to expose these non-founded allegations and to show that civil society does not share this point of view, Djiboutian opposition parties, free trade unions and associations are joining together to denounce this shameful, unjust and undemocratic proposition. Imagine what would become of the credibility of the Constitution if each Head of State decided to revise its articles to suit his personal desires and interests?


The Djibouti people aspire to peace, to justice and to equal opportunity. They call for the advent of a just regime that is able to make decisions that will rebuild the country and make it possible for each individual to exert its rights and its duties as expressed in the Constitution as it stands today and the different international charters.

By signing this petition, the signatories express their opposition to the constitutions revision to allow the President to take on a third mandate and others that may follow.

The parties and associations below drew up this petition, which is open to all Djiboutians, the whole of the opposition, representatives of civil society and any people who estimate that it is urgent to end the state of dictatorship in Djibouti.

ARDHD
UGUTA-TOOSA
GED

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