Maxaa looga hadlay kulanka Golaha Wasiirrada?
Somaliland ayaa u muuqata mid ku sii siqaya colaad iyadoo xisbiyada ugu waaweyn ee mucaaradka ah ay dhici karaan in maalmaha soo socda ay dhigaan dibadbaxyo rabshado wata iyadoo beesha caalamkuna ay ka aamusan tahay xiisadda siyaasadeed ee cirka isku sii shareereysa.
Somaliland seems sliding into a conflict as the main opposition parties could stage violent protests in the coming days with the international community remaining silent on the escalating political tension.
Somaliland, a region of more than 3 million people strategically located by the Gulf of Aden, broke away from Somalia in 1991 as the country collapsed into warlord-led conflict.
Tan iyo sanadkan horaantiisa waxaa Somaliland ka taagnaa khilaaf siyaasadeed oo salka ku haya doorashadda, taasoo hadda Muuse Biixi dib u dhigay muddo labo sano ah.
On the other hand, there was a protest against the visit of the President of Somaliland, Muse Bihi Abdi, in some areas of Las Anod, who reject the secession of the region from greater Somalia.
Hassan Sheikh told the leaders of the self-declared republic to forget the idea of separatism, which he described as damaging the unity of Somalia. His remarks come amid stalled talks.
The minister was seen in the drone footage fleeing in his white bullet-proof car from the area as mourners tossed stones toward him with bodyguards pointing guns at the heads of the angry people.
In ka badan shan qof ayaa la sheegay inay ku dhinteen rabashadaha Somaliland, iyadoo in ka badan 100 kale ay dhaawacmeen, kuwaasoo boolis ay ku jiraan.
The violence comes on the back of Bihi's repeated failure to agree on holding a timely election, with the temperature continuing to rise after talks failed to reach a consensus on the Nov 13 vote.
The ruling leader Muse Bihi Abdi, who is a former Somali airforce officer is accused of plotting term extension as his mandate expires next November.
He also said that the BBC has lost the culture of neutrality, so its work in the areas of Somaliland has been banned and all the authorities have been informed of the decision.
The wildfire comes as the breakaway region was reeling from the massive fire that consumed Waheen Market which wiped an estimated two billion dollars worth of property in April.