The US Embassy in Mogadishu welcomes the completion of Somalia’s upper house election, urges FMS to end the election to the House of Commons before the end of 2021


Mogadishu, Somalia (Horn Observer) The US Embassy in Mogadishu on Sunday welcomed the completion of the upper house elections and urged the leaders of the federal member states to respect Somalia’s Prime Minister’s call to end the parliamentary elections before the end of 2021.

“We welcome yesterday’s completion of the upper house election. It is now time for Said Abdullahi Deni from Puntland, Ahmed Sheikh Mohamed Islam from Jubbaland, Ahmed Abdi Karie Qoorqoor from Galmudug, Ali Gudlawe Hussein from Hirshabelle and Abdiaziz Hassan Mohamed from Southwest to honor the Prime Minister. Rooble’s call to end the election to the House of Commons before the end of 2021. ” The statement from the US Embassy in Mogadishu said on Twitter, “There are funds available to carry out a significant part of the elections to the House of Commons, thanks to the candidate registration fees already collected and contributions from Somalia’s partners, including the United States.”

The statement from the US government, which was published on its twitter handle, follows that Galmdug stae in Somalia on Saturday completed the election of the last two senators in the upper house, and completed the 54 seats in Somalia’s upper house.

Senator Abdi Qaybdiid was re-elected as a senator in the upper house, while Senator Abdi Osman Hared was also elected to the last seat in the upper house of parliament in the Federal Republic of Somalia.

The federal election implementation team has set a deadline for the election of the People’s House, which is December 24. On Saturday, the Commission sent parliamentary election materials to some of the country’s federal state members.

The Commission officially announces that elections will start in all federal Member States and Mogadishu on November 16, 2021.

Source: Radio Today

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