13 January 2011

Somalia: MP - the Government Can't Bring Peace Back

Mogadishu — One of the Somali parliamentarians on Thursday said the transitional federal government of Somalia won't succeed according to the remained amount of time.

In an interview with Shabelle Media Network, Ali Mohamoud Farah better known as (Seko), a Somali MP, stated that it is visible Somali government will not live up its promises towards solving the current problems existing in whole of Somalia, as Al shabaab, which declared its allegiance to Al Qaeda network, controls large swathes in the horn of Africa nation.

Taking about the deployment of more AMISOM troops to Somalia, Mr. Farah indicated that is good idea international community to supply military and logistical support to the TFG, but deploying more foreign troops doesn't make any sense according to the deteriorating security situation in Somalia.

Tow months from now, Mohammed Abdullahi Mohammed better known as "Farmajo", the prime minister of Somalia has said Somali government will liberate Mogadishu within 100 days.

As the 100 days approaching to end, Mogadishu inhabitants said there are no good potential results in near future.

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