Mogadishu (SD) – The speaker of Somalia’s upper house of parliament Abdi Hashi casted a doubt on Senators participating in a joint meeting of both houses of parliament with President Farmajo.
Speaker Hashi said in a statement. that he had not received a request for the joint session of parliament from the country’s president.
“All senators of the Somali Upper House are hereby informs that no joint meeting has been requested by the President to the Speaker of the Upper House in accordance with Article 57 (c) of the Provisional Constitution and Article 59 (4) of the Rules of Procedure of the House. Therefore, no joint meeting of the two Houses of the Federal Parliament of Somalia is scheduled for tomorrow, 06 January 2021. ” said the speakers statement.
However, members of the country’s both legislative bodies have been reportedly sent a message that tomorrow, Saturday, February 6, 2021, there will be an extraordinary session in which the President will address the House.
Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo recently left Dhusamareb, where he was in the last few days attending the fourth Dhusamareb conference on the country’s election dispute, which ended last night without any resolution on the main points.
President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has two days left of his presidential term.
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