8 January 2013

Somalia: Goes on Vacation

Mogadishu — Somalia's federal parliament went on vacation after a long working period since its inception

The speaker of the parliament, Mohamed Shiekh Osman Jawari, has addressed the law makers on their 46th session yesterday, stating that the parliament has done a great deal of jobs since it was selected and he pinpointed few of the most important steps the parliament including the its election of the current president, Hassan Shiekh Mohamud and the approval of the Somali cabinet led Prime minister Said.

The vacation of the lawmakers will end in March 2013.

Speaker Jawari has told that there are still key issues which the parliament has to settle when it reconvenes after its vacation.

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