Statement on the Political Situation in Somalia

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Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble FGS as Somali society together, the country is in a critical stage, and all the institutions have run out of time-xileedkoodii usually necessary to responsibly looga submitted in transition .

Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble and his government took office at a difficult time for Somalia as it faced internal and external tensions, leading to the country’s return to collapse and civil strife.

Prime Minister in charge of his mind on the national effort to save the looga offered in difficult circumstances, and operated as dajinlahaa inner and outer tensions, while protecting the interests of the Somali people.

The Prime Minister and his Cabinet have succeeded in ten months after a dramatic change in the national image, both at home and abroad, which has led to peaceful elections in the country today that are widely accepted and widely accepted. a gradual return to Somalia’s diplomatic relations with neighboring countries, organizations and other stakeholders.

The Prime Minister’s measures to address the internal crisis include improving co-operation between the Federal Government and Member States, opening the political arena, providing ambitious Somali politicians a stable and credible environment, and building public confidence in the electoral process. and the cooperation of our international partners.

The same goes for Diplomacy. Recognizing that Somalia has no interest in undermining its relations with its neighbors and the rest of the world, the Prime Minister made efforts to ensure that Somalia enjoys equitable relations with key countries. In our sister country of Djibouti, we have also initiated talks with Kenya and some Arab countries with which we have diplomatic relations, security, trade, education, or host refugees and Somali residents who is the responsibility of the Somali Government.

It is worth noting that negotiations were hagajinayo relationship outside of Somalia are the keepers of Independence and Policy National constitutional obligation is upon the Prime Minister and Xukuumddiisa, on the other favor of the interests of the Somali people wherever they are and the reduction of all kinds of hatred and inevitable hostility.

The above efforts are well underway and need to be continued with the goal of the Prime Minister delivering and delivering a stable, peaceful Somalia with good relations with its neighbors and the rest of the world.

As these good works continue, there is a need to guide the performance of government institutions to the next level.

The Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, in accordance with Article 97, Clause 1 of the Provisional Constitution, the executive power of the Federal Republic shall be vested in the Council of Ministers, which shall act in accordance with the Constitution, and shall have the highest executive authority. .

The government is also responsible for enforcing the law, maintaining security, protecting the interests of the country and the people of Somalia, and the National Constitution mandates the Federal Government to negotiate foreign aid, trade, treaties or issues. important in relation to international agreements.

According to Article 103 of the Constitution of the Republic, between the date of the general election and the swearing in of a new Prime Minister, the incumbent Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers shall retain office and carry out the normal duties of the Government in a timely manner. Allows the Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers to carry out their national duties in accordance with the Constitution and to eliminate any impediments to the work of the Government.

Pursuant to the above Constitutional Provisions, the Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, instructs all government institutions to carry out their duties in accordance with the Provisional Constitution and to maintain the services provided. the people of Somalia and the protection of public property and interests, remembering and abiding by the decisions of the Prime Minister.