13 June 2012

Somalia: MP Condemns TFG Officials

Mogadishu — A lawmaker in Somali parliament accused Somali authorities of appointing new ambassadors and high-ranking officials as the country is preparing to hold presidential elections by August 20 in this year.

Professor Mohammed Omar Dalha, the legislator said "Somali government top officials are busy for their own interests instead the nation by naming fresh districts where they want the new inhabitants' votes for the next elections."

On the other hand, Professor Dalha denounced Roadmap signatures of misusing their legitimacy power for the country and the people of Somalia.

Somali and AU forces have made a significant security progress last month, after pushing Al shabab key town in southern region of Lower Shabelle, securing the Afgoye corridor, where is home to 40,000 local refugees, the largest locally displaced people (IDPs) in the world.

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