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Somalia: PM briefs Parliament on Government’s first 100 days performance

Mogadishu (SD) – The Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia, Mohamed Hussein Roble, addressed a special joint sitting of the Somali Parliament today.

The PM Touted his governments first hundred days achievements, including security during elections, the promotion of justice, genuine reconciliation, the fight against corruption, economic growth, the improvement of social services, and coping with natural disasters such as the COVID-19 disease, drought and floods.

He also said that as soon as the new ministers took office, a 100-day plan was drawn up, summarizing the four pillars priorities of the government, pillars of inclusive politics with the relevant ministries.

Mr. Roble addressed the government’s efforts in holding inclusive and credible elections, noting that they are ready to conduct the elections and addressed the concerns of the parties involved in the country’s elections.

The prime minister said no one would be allowed to jeopardize the country’s security, noting that stability was essential.

He called on the Somali people to support the government in the development of the country.

The prime minister also spoke about the country’s economic development. In particular, the increase in domestic revenue to $ 12.6m per month from the country’s economic resources, up from a previous maximum of $ 7 to $ 8 million.

The prime minister’s speech on the government’s performance coincided with the end of the government’s term couple of days ago.

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