Hargeisa(ANN)-A committee that the Somaliland representative council recently put into the situation of the LasAnod war and the issues of the political conflict in Somaliland’s delayed elections, in which the opposition parties and the government are in dispute, issued recommendations to deal with these issues and others.
The proposal of the council of representatives has been shown in terms of political importance and the future of the country, but it is not known who will implement it or what will happen.
The committee’s recommendations issued today, Monday, March 20, 2023, showed 18 points that they proposed regarding the politics of the country, the future, and the current issues of the LasAnod war and the election dispute as a way to find a solution.
In the ninth article, they indicated that the government should implement the previous agreements that were the basis of their non-implementation of the ongoing war in LasAnod, and they suggested opening the Somaliland Constitution to deal with these issues.
Also, in the 17th article of the proposal, they showed the need to amend and supplement the code of conduct for public safety, the code of the police force, the creation of the code of the national army and the code of combating terrorism.
They proposed to the Senate that it take over their role in dealing with the resolution of internal and security disputes, which seems to have failed in their role.
The committee suggested stopping the things fueling the conflict in Lasaanood, and it is necessary to welcome anyone who wants to take part in solving the LasAnod problem while respecting the sovereignty of the Republic of Somaliland.
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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.