US News Somalia: President Farmajo "suspends" the Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble of his duties

06:25  27 december  2021
06:25  27 december  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

Somalia: Prime Minister Limoge Seven members of the Electoral Litigation Committee

 Somalia: Prime Minister Limoge Seven members of the Electoral Litigation Committee © Abdirahman Yusuf AFP / file Mohamed Hussein Roble, Somali Prime Minister. A new rebound in the ongoing electoral process to lead to a Somali presidential election. This Saturday, December 18, Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has limited seven members of the election litigation committee. A steep decision made after a meeting with the Alliance of the opposition candidates, the first since their announcement of the boycott of the electoral process, putting forward charges of fraud.

Le président de la Somalie Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, alias Farmajo, ici à New York, le 23 septembre 2019. © Riccardo Savi / Getty Images North America / AFP The President of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, Alias ​​Farmajo, here in New York, 23 September 2019.

In Somalia, the head of state Mohamed Abdullahi, says Farmajo, announced in a statement on the night of Sunday 26 to Monday, December 27 "Suspend" his Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble of his duties "Following allegations of corruption ". The two men are engaged in an arm of iron around the conduct of the elections to arrive at the appointment of a new head of state.

The Prime Minister had been accused a few days ago by the Commander of Coast Guard, a close to the President, to take advantage of the grabbing of a land belonging to the Navy, a prosecution vigorously rejected by the 'Interested and several ministers involved. Villa Somalia's release evokes an attempt by the Prime Minister and the Minister of Defense to interfere in the survey open by the army on these allegations.

Despite the suspension of the Prime Minister, the statement stipulates that other members of the government "will continue to perform their duties".

In a second news release a few minutes later, the President also "ordered" the suspension of the Commander of the Somali Navy, the Brigadier General Abdihamid Mohamed Dirir.

Sudan. The military exhorted by several countries not to appoint a new Prime Minister .
© AFP Sudan, in the grip of manifestations of civilians claiming a democratic transition. The United States and several European countries have encouraged, on Tuesday, January 4, the Sudanese military not to appoint prime minister unilaterally, two days after the resignation of Abdallah Hamdok.

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