Political crisis in Mogadishu Sharif Hassan, mps speaker close ally to Sharma’arke, prime minister

Dr. Ismail Malaas NAIROBI (Keydmedia.net)-The current political competition campaign of having enough number of supporters between the top officials of the transitional federal government backed by the United Nations became dilemma.
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Political crisis in Mogadishu Sharif Hassan, mps speaker close ally to Sharma’arke, prime minister

Veteran Somali politicians suggested that the situation should be changed from how it is going on adding that it will never lead to success, but failure and setback for the whole government and people in the war torn-country.

All suggestions and peaceful calls from Somali Diasporas based politicians and the international community to the transitional federal government heads as President Sh. Sharif Sh. Sheikh Ahmed and his Prime Minister Omar A/Rashid fell into unprepared ears duty to reluctance and pride.      

Each one authority believes he is right and not violating the legal of T.F.G, or the constitution itself preferring to forget their responsibility while paying large money of bribe to the cabinet Minster and parliamentarians.
Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adam, speaker of the parliament was thought to be close friend to the Somali president Shari Sh. Ahmed before where is he today?

Before getting appropriate answer to this question and give chance to the Somali people who always focus on political issues in their country since they almost don’t work, but turned into sit-fighters including men, women and children of different parts of the Somali population, they would explain and say to more about Sharif Hassan Sh. Adam in particularly and whole government officials.

Somalis are said to be a nation of politician because they discuss only political crisis about their country and on going clashes between the government backed by the African union peacekeeping forces and Islamist militias of Al-shabab and Hisbul-Islam who control most of southern and central Somalia.

Sharif Hassan Sh. Adam, speaker of the parliament is said to be a man of malt-faces according to the Somali leaders and people themselves.

Parliament speaker Sharif Hassan is very close ally to Mr. Omar A/Rashid Ali Sharma’arke, the prime minister of the transitional federal government and Sharif Hassan empowers the Prime Minister Sharma’arke.

The Prime Minister Sharma’arke and Sharif Hasan, parliament speaker sent letters to the international community  and UNDP separately and they explained them the constitution written by in the independent committee which caused the conflict between the president and prime minister.

Sharif Hassan and Sharma’arke are in a greatly campaign requiring that prime minister Shama’arke’s function never come to failure, but succeeds from obstacles faces from the president Sharif’s  function.

These statesmen Shama’arke and Sharif Hassan to get help from the UNDP and international community for the constitution to be approved from the parliamentarians with out taking referendum from Somali people and most of the country is in the hands of Islamist militias of Al-shabab and Hisbul-Islam backed by foreign fighters who are striving to gain the remaining areas of the capital, Mogadishu.

The idea for new constitution at this moment is not an issue which is worth to be disputed among officials of the weak government whose existence is in doubt.

Many countries have passed civil wars, failures, setbacks, hunger and natural disasters, but all these were gradually ended through comprehensive peace talks and tolerance between leaders of those countries.

Somali political leaders should stop conflicts and solve their differences and know that to forget the wrong is best revenge.

Dr. Ismail Malaas - Nairobi - keydmedia.net Correspondent

Article 21 May 2021 10:14

I read your article on Foreign Policy with keen eyes and interest. While whining from public officials does not deserve response from any sensible citizen of the Republic of Somalia, I felt compelled to counter false narrative with more objective analysis.