19 November 2012

Somalia: Somali Prime Minister Promises 'A New Change'

Mogadishu — Abdi Farah Shirdon, Somali premier has announced Monday that his new government will make new change, to restore the peace and stability in the country after 20 years of conflict.

Addressing at a ceremony held in the capital, where the current ministers have been handing over the offices by the former TFG minister, the PM talked more about the current situation in Somalia.

"The country has been in chaos for the past twenty years so that my new government is set to move Somalia out of these crises and re-establish the rule of law across the country," said Somalia's PM Abdi Farah Shirdon.

The remarks followed week after Somali MPs passed overwhelmingly the new cabinet lined up by Abdi Farah Shirdon, the leanest cabinet ever formed in Somalia, with a female foreign minister Fozia Hajji Aden.

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