Mogadishu (PP News Desk) — President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed yesterday delivered a televised speech on elections and endorsed the return to the September 17 electoral model as the way forward to conduct indirect elections in Somalia.

President Mohamed deplored the recent violence in Mogadishu over the electoral deadlock.

“We have viewed (the) September 17 electoral model as the path to conducting elections in Somalia. However, its implementation faced hurdles” President Mohamed said.

President Mohamed also deplored recent violence in Mogadishu and accused former leaders of fomenting the violence.

“It has become clear to citizens that some people have proved to be saviours while others chose to displace their compatriots” he added.

President Mohamed thanked Galmudug, South West, Hirshabelle and Banadir for their efforts to facilitate the electoral talks.

President Mohamed will go to the Parliament to reverse the mandate extension for federal institutions.

This article first appeared in the © Puntland Post, 2021 and is republished with permission

1 comment

Comments are closed.

You May Also Like

Taiwan to Impose Health Declaration Forms on All Visitors

Those failing to accurately do so face a fine of up to NT$150,000

Despite Trade War, Taiwan Raises Economic Forecast For 2020

The ongoing US-China trade war seems to be impacting everyone, except perhaps

Fitness Club Shut Due To Coronavirus Fears

despite a requirement (for) self-quarantine … club member chose to visit the Yawei fitness club

COVID-19 – 22 Cases So Far in Taiwan

The number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Taiwan