20 April 2013

Somalia: Prime Minister and His Cabinet Present Major Developments in the Country

A parliamentarian session held today in the parliament which the cabinet led by prime minister of the federal republic of Somalia presented the major developments since taking power was held today in the capital Mogadishu.

The prime minister was asked questions by members of the parliament of which he answered them accordingly.

The members of parliament asked the prime minister to present all major developments and also include security issues in his presentation

The Mps also asked the prime minister to elaborate treaties he signed with Turkey and Norway.

Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon said that his Government has tackled major Alshabab strong holds and ensured the capital is a safe place for any one. He promised to tackle the small loopholes which the shabab use to attack innocent civilians.

He also said that his government has come up with a major plan to tackle insecurity in the region for the coming 4 years.

Answering the question about the treaties his government signed with the two governments, Mr. Shirdon's answer was that he has signed a treaty with Turkey and that Turkey will help to rebuild the country and trainj Somali soldiera in the country

On the other side he said the treaty he signed with Norway was to help rebuild Somalia.

The session lasted and ended in a smooth atmosphere. On March this year, the prime minister made a presentation of the major developments his cabinet has conducted since taking office.

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