28 February 2013

Somalia: Political Power Strungle in Kismayu

Kismayu — Leaders get a second chance at the reopening of a political leaders meeting in Kismayu. The committee of the group, which hosted the meeting at Kismayu, are accused of not being credible, and most of the people predict that the situation in Kismayu is worse concerning the power struggle and the fact that members of parliament, who were assigned, have not even gone to Kismayu.

Fear on top of that is the militias, who fought in the town, can cause problems and disrupt the committee from conducting their meetings in Kismayu.

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