18 January 2011

Somalia: Parliamentarian Quits Job

Mogadishu — Jaylani Ali Kadiye, Somali MP, on Tuesday resigned his post as parliamentarian in Somali parliament.

In an interview with Shabelle Media Network, a local radio station based in Mogadishu, Mr. Kadiye said the he stopped working the transitional federal parliament TFP after he saw the responsibilities of the nation were not performed properly.

He pointed out he has never participated any Somali parliament assemblies since he was named as a parliamentarian years ago.

He told Shabelle that he could no longer work as a lawmaker, adding that he informed international community to fill up my position in 2009.

He said that he is very hectic in doing private activities that made him unable to keep on working in the transitional parliament.

Jaylani Ali Kadiye, Somali MP, was among the parliament that has been set up in Kenya in 2004.

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