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Results of local and representative elections in Hargeisa and Marodijeh announced

Hargeisa (SD) – The results of the long awaited elections in Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland, and the House of Representatives in the Marodijeh region have been announced.

The current results of the Hargeisa district and the Marodijeh regional assembly will be the last district to be announced in advance, as the preliminary results of all other regions in Somaliland have been announced.

The three main parties competing in the Local elections are led by the Waddani opposition party with 7 members, followed by the Kulmiye party with 6 members and the UCID party with 4 members.


  1. Adan Jama Mideeye
  2. Said Jama Ali
  3. Abdirahman Soltelco.
  4. Jamal Osman Abdilo
  5. Ahmed Juha
  6. Mohamed Abiin Siikawi.


  1. Abdikarim Ahmed Mooge
  2. Yasin Omar Yare
  3. Ismaaciil Muse Sh. Adan
  4. 4 Faisal Abdirahman
  5. Abdi Mohamed Farah
  6. 6 Mawlid Mohamed Gire
  7. Abdirahman Abdillahi Mohamed


  1. Hussein Ibrahim Hassan Ismail
  2. Said Cudhay.
  3. Abdikarin Hassan Abdi Garas
  4. Khadar Ahmed Omar

While the results of the House of Representatives in Marodijeh region were also announced, Kulmiye party got 8 members, Waddani party got 7 members and UCID party got 5 members.


  1. Ahmed Kaare
  2. Ahmed Abdi Muse
  3. Abdikarim Mohamed Mohamud
  4. Yahye Abdillahi
  5. Hassan DHUHUL Laabsaalax
  6. Mohamed Hussein Rambo
  7. Ahmed Guruje
  8. Abdilahi Sheikh Muhumed


  1. Barkhad Jama Batun.
  2. Ahmed Dayib Guled.
  3. Said Mohamed Ismail
  4. Jamal Adan Diriye
  5. Eng. Ahmed Abdi Ibrahim
  6. Hussein Ismail Jama
  7. Ibrahim Mohamed Jama


  1. Abdinasir Yusuf Qodah
  2. Mohamed Khadar Dahir
  3. Mohamed Jama Ismail
  4. Mohamed Osman Mohamed
  5. Mohamed Hassan Said

The results of the Hargeisa district council and the Marodijeh region’s House of Representatives have been widely anticipated, as it is the region with the largest number of councillors, representatives and is heavily contested by the political parties.

Opposition parties in Somaliland have won a majority in the House of Representatives for the second time.

Last week’s parliamentary and local elections in Somaliland were closely watched, with more than 1 million registered people voting.

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