Mogadishu — The transitional parliament of Somalia has Tuesday discussed piracy related laws.
Some 279 Somali parliamentarians were present at the assembly as the agenda which the lawmakers discussed draft of anti piracy laws.
Sheikh Jama' Hajji Hussein, the commissioner of parliament's justice committee, has talked in the session, demonstrating more about the draft anti piracy laws.
Hussein said that it is necessary that the articles and the laws in general go in accordance with Islam and parliament to give the justice committee up to 5 days to reading in order to make it understandable by everyone.
The discussions stared as some of the lawmakers stood and express their point of views.
Most of the MPs endorsed the statement of Hussein, the commissioner of parliament's justice committee, to give time reading it and then parliament to come to approval of the draft laws or not.
However, this meeting by Somali parliamentarians comes one day after Somalia's ministry of justice has sent draft anti piracy laws to parliament to discuss it and then approve.