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OverdosePhotographer Marco Gualazzini is very familiar with this territory and its past He visited Africa for the first time in 2009 working in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Ethiopia returning over the years for more coverage in Somaliland – for the 20th anniversary of the self-declared state – and has toured Mali Nigeria and Sudan to name a few Still for Gualazzini Somalia remained an unexplored and fascinating territory his interest with the Sub-Saharan region fueled by Ridley Scott’s Oscar-winning movie Black Hawk Down as well as the work of one of his maestri and sources of inspiration James NachtweyWhat led him to Somalia was a series of fortuitous events particularly his encounter with Italian photographer Franco Pagetti who covered the area extensively Pagetti encouraged the photographer but also warned him of the difficulties of working in such a place “because ‘you can’t hide there’”When he entered the country in 2012 for one week Gualazzini’s experience was very different from his previous visits to the continent “Somalia is in a post-war situation For the Western mentality if someone doesn’t witness it directly it is something hard to imagine it is a world completely destroyed overturned” he says “But somehow there are signs I would call them ‘attempts at life’ – [to call them] rebirth would be an overstatement”In 2015 Gualazzini returned for a longer period – 21 days – to document precisely such “attempts” this time hired by the Norwegian Refugee Council a humanitarian non-governmental organization that financed most of the project and took care of the logistics Because of the dangerous circumstances intensified by Al-Shabaab’s “asymmetric warfare” of unpredictable terrorist attacks Gualazzini adhered to NRC’s strict conditions Though these were necessary for his safety he felt at time that they limited his natural reliance on instinct Escorted each time by a dozen armed guards traveling on armored trucks Gualazzini was granted no more than 30 minutes for each location – roughly the time it takes Al-Shabaab to locate a target and attackA non-negotiable curfew at 5:30 pm each evening didn’t help either “It is frustrating to work in Somalia” he says referring to the dangers “but at the same time it is extremely fascinating because Somalia is still really ‘a place beyond all others’” he adds quoting what author Rudyard Kipling once said about India Somalia is a place of dichotomies Gualazzini explains where the ferocious destruction of the civil war and the misery of the famine seep from the cracks of destroyed buildings sore wounds that open again at each of Al-Shabaab’s new assaults“My intention was to show a Somalia that is not sinking [anymore] as it has done for the past 20 years” Gualazzini explains Rather “a Somalia that resists a Somalia that rises again”This Somalia can be found in the cheerful crowds sitting on the damaged stands that surround handball courts where female teams are playing; it can be seen as girls hang out on Mogadishu’s Lido Beach undeterred by Shari’a and young men play football on the sand nearby A new Somalia is witnessing a reverse exodus as Somali refugees who crossed the Gulf of Aden are now being driven from Yemen by civil war As Gualazzini’s photos show refugees camps are no longer a mass of makeshift tents rather an organized village like the one on the coastal city of Bosaso that has its own dignityOne of Gualazzini’s photos embodies these “attempts at life” for all: along the coast in Abdiaziz District young men – soon to be trained as fishermen at the Fishing Training Center founded by NRC and UNICEF – learn how to swim floating reluctantly in their orange inflatable lifejackets – a symbol of calamity on Greek shores a sign of hope in MogadishuMarco Gualazzini is a freelance photographer based in Italy His recent works include reportage in India Myanmar and he has covered Africa extensively He is represented by ContrastoMikko Takkunen who edited this photo essay is 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would not be elected that way Instead there would be incremental changes of the existing system under which candidates are put forward by a nominating committee and then voted on by an electoral college (which presently consists of just 1200 establishment types but could be expanded) This method of doing things Leung said represented “mainstream opinion” in Hong Kong Hong Kong’s democratic camp was livid "Were pretty disappointed were pretty angry" Johnson Yeung an activist with the Civil Human Rights Front which organizes the annual July 1 protest march told TIME on Tuesday night "The Chief Executive is telling lies about the majority of society The majority of people support civil nomination" Leung was speaking on the release of the findings which will be submitted to Beijing of a five-month public consultation on the city’s constitutional development The process was made up of town-hall meetings between nervous officials and often fractious members of the public and a review of written submissions from individuals and groups of which nearly 125000 were received As a view-gathering exercise it was undeniably thorough and when Leung says that it has "truthfully collected views of the people of Hong Kong" he isn’t just politicking At the same time reformists claim also with some justification that their voices deserve more prominence Besides the support for civil nomination expressed on the July 1 march they also point to an unofficial civil-society-backed referendum in June in which nearly 800000 people voted on their preferred methods of choosing their leader with civil nomination being involved in each of those methods Leung only indirectly referred to the march and the referendum in his report referring to views other than those that have been officially gathered is a rookie political error when dealing with Beijing and yet they remain glaring lacunae in the eyes of many The truth about what Hong Kong people want is of course more nuanced There can be little doubt that Hong Kong’s well educated sophisticated and forward-looking population would like as much say as possible in determining how the territory is governed But at the same time the number of those who have the appetite for a protracted political confrontation with Beijing must be very few And confrontation it will be for the simple fact that civil nomination is not permitted under Hong Kong’s miniconstitution known as the Basic Law which came into effect when Britain returned sovereignty of Hong Kong to China in 1997 Say what you like about China but it is a scrupulous observer of formal agreements Hong Kongers sober decent pragmatic and hardworking are mostly not the sort of people who gravitate to the barricades and the streets Neither do they need to be made aware of the political realities of having China as a sovereign power for the simple fact that postwar Hong Kong has only ever existed with China’s permission In the 1960s the local joke was that Mao Zedong could send the British packing with a mere phone call With that vast brooding power lying just over the Kowloon hills tiny Hong Kong’s style has always been to play China cleverly to push where it can (in matters such as education and national-security legislation where it has won important battles) and to back off where it cannot When establishment figures talk of having as Chief Executive "a person who loves the country and loves Hong Kong" it is coded speech referring to somebody who is a master of that game and who is not like say Leung Kwok-hung (no relation to CY Leung) a radical legislator who hurls objects around the debating chamber and who once set fire to the Chinese flag The election of somebody like Leung Kwok-hung to the position of Chief Executive would be the only excuse Beijing needs to employ repressive machinery far beyond anything Hong Kongers have imagined The threat of the Occupy Central movement to bring Hong Kong’s financial district to a standstill if its demands for civil nomination are not met will also play beautifully into Beijing’s hands A compromise is being offered Within the constitutional report’s prose are certain suggestions that while subtle would mark unprecedented concessions on Chinas part should the National Peoples Congress approve them Namely CY Leung calls for some amendments to the structure of the controversial nomination committee which vets potential candidates for the Chief Executive election that may render it a more democratic grouping "I see that as a concession I see that as a position that allows for a democrat to get through to the election" says David Zweig a professor of social science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology "General public nomination its not going to happen It cant comply with the Basic Law" And that in the end is the peculiar agony of Hong Kong to be a city of politically mature individuals that was simply handed back from one sovereign power to another without any consultation unable to 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