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After securing a telecom licence, Comoro Gulf Holding had been expected to build a small port as collateral. But what about the Bidoon? He told me that dubaai found willing partners in the Emirati interior minister, Saif bin Zayed al Nahyan, and his secretary-general, police chief Major General Dr Nasser al Nuaimi.

How to get to Al Waseet Classifieds by Bus Click on the Bus route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules. His name waset Bashar Kiwanand it was he who had brought the economic citizenship proposal to President Sambi.

In the previous 12 months, he and the employees of his local company, Comoro Gulf Holdings, had become fixtures of the social scene in Moroni, the Comorian capital, driving around in shiny SUVs, wearing flashy watches, and gaudy polo shirts. Kiwan had even fallen out with his longtime ally President Sambi in the final months before he left office. Beggar states cannot be chooser states.


Human rights organisations had urged Kuwait and the UAE to take measures to resolve their situation; some of the Bidoon, furthermore, had begun to demand political representation. On the one hand, he had it all: Loading fubai Trouble loading? However, the politicians were dealing with men who would not take no for an answer. By the mids, the Comoros had become a peaceful democracy, and inthen-president Azali Assoumani invited Kiwan and other businessmen back to the Comoros in the hope of encouraging them to invest.

Moovit helps you find alternative routes or times. The former senior CGH manager told me: It is hard to say for sure, because the details of the deal were kept under lock and key. Middle East and North Africa Africa features. Show 25 25 50 All. Sambi might have had God on his side, but what he really needed was someone to read him the fine print.

After Kiwan picked the Comorians up at the airport, wzseet men were shuttled away in limousines to a high-end Kuwait City hotel to rest up.

Like ships flying flags of convenience, these days people can carry nationalities of convenience. Which Bus lines stop near Al Waseet Easeet Follow the Long Read dubi Twitter at gdnlongreador sign up to the long read weekly email here.

One way they could show their commitment to interstate cooperation, he told them, was to give their would-be benefactors something only a Gulf monarchy could possibly demand, and that only a small, remote state like the Comoros could provide.

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The Bidoon have no nationality for various reasons: Between meetings, he mapped out a Comorian business empire, drawing up elaborate plans for tourism, development, commerce, and trade, and pitching the projects to investors through a company called Comoro Gulf Holding CGH. After the May election, a politician named Ikililou Dhoinine was sworn into office as the new president.

Which Metro lines stop near Al Waseet Classifieds? On November 27,amidst continuing public discontent, the bill was signed into law by President Sambi. Although the proposed citizenship deal was with the United Arab Dbuai, Kiwan invited the Comorians to Kuwait, a neighbouring country where he lived.

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Such a destitute country could not afford to be high-minded about a few pieces of paper. Sinceinternational organisations have been given some clues — few of them consistent with one another — about how much money ended up in state hands. Investors in the region were growing increasingly cautious, so it was harder to find capital for such a risky plan. But repeating the great Dubai experiment in a country that could barely keep the lights on and the water running was the last thing anyone wanted to put money on in an economic recession.