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Somali: UN, AMISOM and International Community Warn Farmajo’s Government
Somalia (ANN)-The United Nations, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and the international community have expressed concern over their stance on the extension of Farmajo’s government.
African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), Canada, Denmark, European Union (EU), Finland, France, Germany, IGAD, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and The United Nations is deeply concerned about the implementation of the April 12 extension of the government.
They said there was a risk that the House of Representatives’ decision to change the September 17 agreement, which would include an election process, would result in an extension of the term of office of the President and Parliament.
We have repeatedly stated that we will not support parallel political processes, unfinished elections, or new efforts leading to an extension of the previous term. They have stated in a joint statement
They also made it clear that the April 12 Resolution undermines peace, security, and stability in Somalia and beyond. The resolution will also delay the holding of credible elections that the Somali people have been waiting for.
“We are convinced that the implementation of the September 17 agreement is the best course of action available and therefore, we urge the Heads of the Federal Government and the Federal Member States to return to the talks as soon as possible to agree on a roadmap. to be continued. We call on all parties to exercise restraint, continue dialogue, and refrain from unilateral actions that could provoke tensions.” said the joint statement.
Meanwhile, the statement said stakeholders were ready for the cost of the resumption of talks, saying, “We are ready to provide mediation services to facilitate and revitalize inclusive dialogue based on the September 17 agreement.”
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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.