“Constitutional change is a necessity, not an Option” Dr. Said Isse Mohamud

A Chinese proverb wisely states, “When the winds of change blow, some people build walls, and others build windmills.”

In Chinese culture, this expression conveys a figurative message about how individuals approach change.

The interpretation of this message suggests that some respond to change by constructing barriers and yielding to fear-driven resistance, aiming to protect the existing order (Status Quo) or isolate themselves from evolving circumstances.

Conversely, others show a more proactive and productive response to change. They not only welcome change but also find ways to channel its energy for positive inventions. This includes adopting, innovating, and transforming challenges into productive opportunities.

In the spirit of constitutional completion, the amendment emphasizes the importance of encouraging adaptability and promoting a positive attitude toward constitutional change.

Rather than resisting or fearing change, it is widely accepted that understanding and connecting with its potential for growth and improvement are essential.

Dr. Said Isse Mohamud
Chair of the Somali People’s Democratic Party

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