Garowe (SD) – Somali Deputy Prime Minister Mahdi Mohamed Guled (Khadar) addressed a panel discussion at the Heritage Institute in Garowe addressed issues related to the Constitution, Federalism and electoral issues.
Mahdi Mohamed Guled noted that the Provisional Constitution is the guiding principle and existence of the law, and is a mutually agreed upon agreement.
Speaking on federalism, he pointed out that the federal system adopted by Somalia is based on the five regional administrations, the capital and how to bring Somaliland back to the system of government in Somalia.
Speaking on election issues, the Deputy Prime Minister said the government was ready to implement the country’s electoral process.
“The budget that the parliament approved a few days ago included the election expenses, and that is a sign that the DF is ready to hold the election on time,” said Mahdi Guled.
Somali Deputy Prime Minister Mahdi Mohamed Guled (Khadar) spoke about the importance of implementing the election agreement signed in Mogadishu between SFG and regional leaders.
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