Should Somaliland Become an Official Country? By, TLDR News

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Somaliland Become an Official Country?

London (ANN) -TLDRNews, a British political analyst, has spoken out on the issue of the Republic of Somaliland.

A report published by YouTube Chanel TLDR News, covers the topic of Somaliland. The report is divided into three parts, according to Britain’s TLDR News.

“#Somaliland’s #example suggests that the answer may be vastly more ambitious,”The Council on#Foreign#Relations.

The first part is the history of the past of Somaliland.  the second part is discussed, or analyzed by the Republic of Somaliland today as well as the third part of TLDR News. Discusses, the future of the Republic of Somaliland.

#Britain has released a joint#statement by#13countries and the #European Union on #Somaliland #elections

Report by TLDR News. And other issues related to the issue of Somaliland’s independence, and the future. The report is entitled Should Somaliland Become an Official Country?TLDR News

However, the subject of Somaliland’s report on TLDRNews, there was an error in Somaliland’s history, and the editor of Araweelo News Network sent a letter to the TLDR administration to correct the error, writing this short article to correct the typographical error. Description of the video view.

First we thank you for your efforts to tell us about our nation and its history, but we would like to correct you, Somaliland regained its sovereignty on 18 May 1991, after a long and bloody struggle. The Republic was rebuilt at this time Thirty years ago, Somaliland is currently an example to Africa and the rest of the world for the electoral system, democracy, security and development.

So once again we say thank you for your efforts, but please to correct this mistake, you said “Somaliland split away from Somalia in 2001, 20 years”, please correct the typographical error. Description of the video view.

We are ready to help you, all Good work going forward, we hope to you will find great support in to addressing the issue of Somaliland .We share in your report with our readers and Followers of the Araweelo News Network.

By. Arraale M. Jama Journalist and Human rights activist based Somaliland Hargeisa, Editor-in-Chief, Araweelo News Network. E: mail:

READ: #Somaliland#Elections#final#report by#international #observers from the#Brenthurst#Foundation

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By Arraale M Jama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.

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About the Author

- #Arraale Mohamoud Jama is a freelance and investigative journalist, writer and human rights activist with more than 20 years of experience. He writes about a range of topics related to social issues such as human rights, politics and security. Other topics in which Mr. Arraale is interested include democracy and good governance. Mr. Arraale has written extensively on regional and international events, and has worked with Somaliland newspapers and Human rights organizations. In 2008, he established #Araweelo #News #website# Network, which he currently manages. For further information, please contact: or Send an SMS or MMS to + 252 63 442 5380 + 252 63 442 5380 /

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