A six-point statement was issued at a meeting at the Decale Hotel between Prime Minister Roble, presidential and presidential candidates in Galmudug and Hir Shabelle.
A meeting between the Union of Candidates and the Federal Government of Somalia recently opened at the Decale Hotel inside Aden Adde International Airport.
The negotiating team between the candidate union and the Prime Minister finally succeeded tonight in their efforts to reach an agreement with an approximation.
The Union of Opposition Presidential Candidates has once again called for a demonstration on Friday, February 26 at the Statue of the Invisible Soldier
The Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) has strongly criticized the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government in a statement calling it a transitional federal government.
The Union of Candidates has warned the federal government to disrupt the peaceful demonstrations they are calling for next Friday in Mogadishu.
The government welcomes the decision of the International Court of Justice to hear our maritime case
Mogadishu, February 13, 2021; His Excellency Mahdi Mohamed Guled, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, today welcomed the final decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Kenya's request to adjourn…
The Somali government has rejected a postponement of the maritime dispute with Somalia after the Kenyan government again requested a postponement of the trial.
Mogadishu February 10, 2021 —– His Excellency Mohamed Hussein Roble, Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia, today addressed the House of the People of the Federal Parliament (BFS) on the progress of the Government's 100 days of…
Mogadishu, February 09, 2021; The Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia HE Mohamed Hussein Roble has welcomed the Puntland Electoral Consultative Conference to be held on the 15th of this month in Garowe, Puntland State of…
Gunfire erupted shortly after midnight in parts of Mogadishu at around midnight.Some reports say the shots appear to have been aimed at the end of former President Farmajo's term tonight.
The outgoing president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo who addressed the parliament today acknowledged that there is foreign interference in the country.
Reports from Dhusamareb say that the consultative meeting between the Heads of the Federal Government and the State Governments has reached a critical stage, after the most difficult points of contention between the parties so far have not…