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Near insurmountable Challenges Facing Somaliland President-elect

Hargeisa (The Horn)- As he prepares to ascend to the Somaliland presidency as the fifth occupant of the office, President-elect Muse Behi Abdi is confronted by a myriad of challenges to his administration. While most of these challenges are addressed in the Kulmiye party manifesto in which he campaigned during …

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Youth Severely Injures Friend after Squabbling Over Election Results

Hargeisa (The Horn)- The heated debate over which party won the just concluded presidential elections continue to heat up, a young man has sustained severe gunshot injuries inflicted by a ffriend According to the presidency minister Mahamud Hashi Abdi the injured boy is receiving medical attention at the Hargeisa hospital …

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Justice for Somaliland Election, 2017- Petition to U.K

Misgivings about fraud in the just concluded Somaliland presidential elections has led to some citizens petitioning the British Government’s intervention Read and click link to sign the petition (Petition) -We request the UK Government and UK Parliamentary Parties: 1) To hold the Somaliland government to account for the recent Election, 2017 …

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Distinguish Somaliland from Somalia UK Legislators tell Government

The Government are pleased with the work we have done to support the Government inSomaliland to ensure that the elections could take place freely, Fairly and in a transparent manner This was stated by the British Prime Minister Theresa May during a session of parliament in London where legislators Stephen Doughty of Labour and …

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“Kulmiye is Utilizing Public Assets for Campaign Purposes”

Mohamed Behi Hargeisa (The Horn)-The presidential decree against political parties utilizing public property to Campaign for Somaliland presidential elections is nothing but a citizens hoodwinking gimmick. This is according to senior Wadani party Official Mohamed Behi Yonis who alleged that the administration of president Silanyo is covertly facilitating the use …

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