Thursday, April 14, 2011

Press release - Council of Ministers Meeting on 14 April

(Mogadishu, Thursday, 14 April 2011)-----The Council of Ministers held today its weekly meeting which the Prime Minister of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed was chairing. The meeting was discussed a number of issues, which included the Nairobi meeting and the transitional period.
The Council of Ministers reviewed the outcome of the “High Level” Consultation Meeting on Somalia that was concluded late yesterday, 13 April 2011 in Nairobi, Kenya. This meeting has not produced a tangible result that meets our expectation in serving the interest of our nation.
After the Council of Ministers discussed the way forward, the transitional period and how to best find peace, consultation and full reconciliation and at the same time debated on the issue, the Council of Ministers decided the following:
The Transitional Federal Government is ready for consultation, accountability and full reconciliation between all segments of the society, such as Regional Administrations, Ahlu Sunna Wal-Jamia, civil society groups, religious and traditional leaders and opposition groups.
The political committee at ministerial level to recommend the best way to hold Somali – Somali dialogue inside Somalia. The committee to submit its proposals to the Council of Ministers as soon as possible.
To hold high level consultative and reconciliation meeting inside Somalia between 11 to 16 June 2011. This meeting will be chaired and organised by the Transitional Federal Government with the support and consultation of the UN and the International Community.
The contents and the agenda must be discussed among all stakeholders so that all participants have an input and make consensus decision. The Council of Ministers agreed that all segments of the society to be consulted on the agenda and the possible outcomes. This high level consultative meeting is political outreach, which to be discussed the future of the people of Somalia.
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Office of the Prime Minister

(Muqdisho – Khamiis, 14 April 2011)-----Shirkii caadiga ahaa ay Golaha Wasiiradu yeesheen maanta oo uu shir-guddoominayey Ra’iisul Wasaaraha Somalia Mudane Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed ayaa waxaa looga hadlay arrimo dhowr ah oo ay ka mid yihiin shirkii ka dhacay Nairobi iyo marxaladda kala guurka ah.
Golahu waxey dib-u-eegid ku sameeyeen kulankii wadatashiga ‘heerka sare’ ee ka dhacay Nairobi 12kii iyo 13kii April 2011. Kulankan ma noqon mid miro dhal ah oo buuxiya waxii laga filayey, mana aheyn mid matala danaha shacabka soomaaliyeed.
Ka dib Golahu markii ay ka hadleen mustaqbalka iyo xilliga kala guurka ah iyo sida ugu habboon ee loo raadin karo nabad, wadatashi iyo dib-u-heshiisiin dhameystiran, isla markaana ka doodeen ayey waxey Golahu isku raaceen arrimaha soo socda:
In Dowladda FKMG ah ay diyaar u tahay in wadatashi, isla xisaabtan iyo dib-uheshiisiin dhab ah ay dhex marto dhammaan qeybaha kala duwan ee bulshada soomaaliyeed, ha noqdaan Maamuladda Gobolada, Ahlu Sunna WalJameeca, ururada bulshada, madaxda dhaqanka iyo kuwa diinta iyo kooxaha ka soo horjeeda dowladda.
Guddiga siyaasadda ee heer wasiir ah inay ka soo talo bixiyaan habka ugu habboon ee shir Somalida isagu timaado waddanka gudihiisa isla markaana ay sida ugu dhaqsiyaha badan u soo gudbiyaan Golaha Wasiiradda.
In shir wadatashi iyo dib-u-heshiisiin heer sare ah lagu qabto dalka gudihiisa bisha June 11keeda ilaa 16-ka, shirkan oo ah mid ay Dowladda FKMG ah horseed ka tahay iyadoo la tashaneysa isla markaana kaashaneysa beesha caalamka iyo Qaramada Midoobey.
In agendaha, macluumaadka iyo qorshaha shirkan uu noqdo mid dhammaan ka qeybgalayaasha lagala tashto si uu u noqdo mid ay dhammaan ka qebygalayaasha isku raaceen. Golahu waxuu isku raacay in dhammaan qeybaha bulshada la gaaro oo lagala tashto ajendaha iyo waxa la filayo inay ka soo baxaan shirka. Shirkan ayaa noqon doona mid wadatashi siyaasadeed isla markaana looga hadlayo habka loo wajahayo mustaqbalka shacabka soomaaliyeed.    
Xafiiska Warfaafinta ee Ra’iisul Wasaaraha


Garad Salad Hersi Press Officer office of the Prime Minister Mogadishu, Somalia
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