Category: Emerging Challenges

Somaliland President Says: Keating’s Letter is Disrespectful in Tone & Not Helpful At All

Office of the President

REF: RSL/OP/UN/257-149/62018                                                       Date:18/06/2018

H.E. António Guterres,
Secretary General of the United Nations,
United Nations – (UN)

Your Excellency, Continue reading “Somaliland President Says: Keating’s Letter is Disrespectful in Tone & Not Helpful At All”

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Is it Rule of Law or Rule by Law That is the Overriding Modus Operandi in Somaliland Republic?

It is the duty of every Somalilander to have a self-reflective approach and to be aware of any actions he or she takes or any words he or she utters that could be detrimental to our nation building efforts. This applies to clan elders as much as it applies to the President, you and I alike.   Continue reading “Is it Rule of Law or Rule by Law That is the Overriding Modus Operandi in Somaliland Republic?”

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Clan Democracy in Somaliland: Prospects and Challenges

By: Hamse Khayre

Since Somaliland withdrew from its union with Somalia in 1991 a nascent democratic system have been implemented. The national charter approved soon after the union withdrawal established a government where the power sharing system was based on clan lines. Subsequently, the constitution of the republic, which was approved by a unanimous national referendum in 2001, stipulates that from the date of approval of the constitution the country directly transfers to a multiparty democratic system instead of a clan system. Continue reading “Clan Democracy in Somaliland: Prospects and Challenges”

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