8 January 2013

Somalia: Leader Calls for Mutual Cooperation Within the Govt

Mogadishu — Hassan Shiekh Mohamud, president of the Somali federal republic has called on Somali law makers to cooperate with the executive authorities of the nation after he gave closing address to the Mps in Mogadishu before they went into their vacation after a long working period since the Somali house was selected last year.

President Mohamud stated that a hurdle-free cooperation between the Somali government and its parliament is the best way to put the goals of the nation forward and the encouraged the law makers to come forward and ask the government answers to any doubt they may have about the activities of the executive councils .

The former transitional federal governments led separately by the late president Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed and his successor Shiekh Sharif was largely crippled by divisions within its counsels.

Finally, the president asked the Mps to lobby for how the government could extend the rule of law to their constituencies throughout the country.

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