2 May 2013

Somalia: Presidents Hassan Gives His Speech At the Parliament

The president of the federal republic of Somalia Prof Hassan Sheikh today attended a parliament session in Mogadishu Somalia. Mr. Hassan read along speech in parliament addressing the general situation of the country.

the president elaborated yesterdays meeting between him and a parliamentarian committee. He said that the agenda discussed was on ways of implementing federalism and how to extend the government plans (federalism) to other regions in the country.

the president also addresed the Juba Land situation and formation of an administration for the region. He said that an equally represented administration will be formed for the two Juba regions and Gedo when the entire region is freed from Alshabab militia. He reminded the members of parliament that an administration formed by one group will not be accepted by his government and the government will announce an administration once the entire region is freed from the outlawed group.

the president also addressed the london conference, the country's relationship with the international community and major steps taken by his government interms of development

the president finally said that his government will work with all the governments who have helped somalia develop in political ,economical and social projects.

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