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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Microsoft Employee Was Given Control of a Country

While a lot of people have suspected Microsoft of pulling some political strings, it appeared that there was a place in the globe where the software giant’s employee runs the government. Al Jazeera stated that Cheick Modibo Diarra, the Microsoft chairman for Africa, was appointed Mali’s interim prime minister, whose task was to ensure that there wasn’t any new Android or Mac in the country, as well as that open source projects would disappear.

In fact, that was proved completely false. Cheick Modibo Diarra was brought in to ensure that civilian rule is restored to the West African country after March’s coup. The coup leaders that ousted Mali’s democratically elected president in March recently handed over power to a new interim civilian leader. The country’s soldiers have arrested the leader of one of Mali’s biggest political parties, Soumaila Cisse, within mere hours after an ex-prime minister was detained by military personnel. At the moment, there are some doubts as to whether they will really get a democratic government in the country, becasue all the opposition heads are locked up.

Already Cheick Modibo Diarra’s job is smaller than he believed. During the political trouble separatist rebels in northern part of the country have declared an independent state which appeared to be larger than France. And the political observers point out that it’s likely to fall to an Islamic faction willing to impose Shariah legislation in the area.

Undoubtedly, all the infighting, personal empire grabbing, and watching of the large operation falling apart would be very familiar to Cheick Modibo Diarra, with the only difference being that Mali would be much quieter than Redmond.

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