Former Somali ambassador to Somalia, Kamaluddin Kani Turan has spoken for the first time about the ongoing election dispute in Mogadishu.
Kamaludin Kani, who spoke for the first time this morning about the stability of the army, and those who praised the candidates, called for a compromise, as he said that at this time the Somali government does not need confrontation and violence.
“I hope that President Farmajo will show the same maturity as that of Presidents Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and Hassan Sheikh Mohamud in the 2012 and 2016 elections,” Kamaludin said in a statement on his Twitter account.
Kamaludin, now a member of parliament, had previously served as ambassador to the TFG during the war.
The announcement comes as the government is led by Prime Minister’s participation in a morning conference looga Addressing the need for demand, which requires a lot of time to perform scheduled in terms of their dreams, as traffic routes available.
It also comes at a time when the opposition is worried about President Farmajo’s recent move and the ban on elections, which will result in the country having two electoral commissions to select top names and the opposition.
Mehmet Yilmaz supports his dissenting statement, while addressing the controversy within the international community, which is against the Electoral Commission.