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    Le repubblica report of Somali leaders conflict – Spoilers

    The contrast between the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia Sheikh Hassan Mohamud and Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon is getting harder and parallel increases in Mogadishu, the movement of capital from Qatar where the headquarters of the

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The contrast between the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia Sheikh Hassan Mohamud and Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon is getting harder and parallel increases in Mogadishu, the movement of capital from Qatar where the headquarters of the faction of the Muslim Brotherhood, which adopted the sect Damul Jadid who tries to conquer absolute power in Somalia. Faced with the refusal of the Premier Shirdon

The contrast between the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia Sheikh Hassan Mohamud and Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon is getting harder and parallel increases in Mogadishu, the movement of capital from Qatar where the headquarters of the faction of the Muslim Brotherhood, which adopted the sect Damul Jadid who tries to conquer absolute power in Somalia. Faced with the refusal of the Premier Shirdon – despite offers of money – to obey the order of resignation notified to him by the President Mohamud , the conflict between the two will now move on to MPs who might be here soon asked to express their confidence on ‘ one or the other of the contenders. The current members of Parliament were appointed by the sages of various clans that make up the Somali nation and their independence has already manifested itself when , quite unexpectedly , in September 2012 as President chose the unknown Mohamud and the entire international community expected the confirmation of Sheikh Ahmed . Then as now, and as in all the occasions on which the Parliament’s vote is decisive in Somalia , it’s back to talk about a strong increase in cash in circulation in Mogadishu. Today’s most visited sites , which says that favors are distributed to MPs to win the vote against the Premier Shirdon , are the Hotel City Palace , Hotel Jazeera and the home of the former Speaker of the transitional parliament Sheikh Hassan Aden , called ” Razor .” Even some ministers would engage in leafleting favors just to get votes against the Premier Shirdon . Mogadishu – Aye Aye – he giggled with laughter for this vote-buying until yesterday, when the Monitory Group, organized by the UN against terrorism and corruption in Somalia and Eritrea , has questioned on the subject, according to Internet news sites , components of what has been defined by the satire as the "Committee for the corruption of MPs .” Are cited among respondents from Monitory Group : Sharif Hassan Adan , current parliamentarian and former Speaker of the Parliament of transition ; Khadija Ilkacas , called ” Yellow Teeth ” parliamentary Mahad Cawad , Vice President of the Parliament; Siyad Shire , diplomat that he carried in Somalia the funds for the "support” of MPs and Kamal Gutale , belonging to the staff of the President Mohamud . The prices, until earlier this week , ranging from 30 to 50 thousand dollars for every vote , depending on the distance of each parliamentary by President Mohamud . Today I got to 80,000 , confirming the difficulty of getting new allies against Mohamud Shirdon . Even if the prices go up , however , the experience of the 2012 presidential shows that pay is not enough. Why among parliamentarians is a widespread belief that money in a country devastated like Somalia , you can not refuse , often to the benefit of entire communities living on the margins of the state, but the parliamentary vote according to their conscience means . To avoid surprises , in fact, have been distributed by affiliates in Damul Jadid cards with which MPs would have to take sides in advance against the Premier Shirdon , but many have refused to publicly endorse their corruption and many more have even refused the sale of their vote. Fifty MPs , in fact, issued a manifesto in defense of the Constitution and democracy by appointing their spokesman Ali Mohamed Saciid which we reached by telephone , confirmed the seriousness of the institutional crisis , the radical nature of the contrast between the two contenders and the need to groped a settlement of the dispute in the classroom where the Parliamentary Assembly will resume work tomorrow . But a mediation , both parliamentary and international – which is also in place in place these days – it seems difficult because it involved the absolute power on Somalia , which is already largely in the hands of President Mohamud , through the Minister to the Presidency and his Plenipotentiary Farah Abdulqadir . In both the Somali branch is headed by the African Muslim Agency Business Agency ( where he worked also the current Minister of the Interior ), an organization widely in various states of Africa and which deals , as well as public procurement, even education and health giving you the explanation of the strange absence in the current Somali government , ministries for these two key areas of the central state . Always at their head SIDAM ago , the training institute for young people to become selected in advance , without contest, the most senior executives in the public service . Yet they belong to the primary, secondary and university Islamist who take their courses occupying the buildings which were the public schools and secular of Somalia Siad Barre, as the school named after the father of the Fatherland Ahmed Gurey , mixing well in the public and private a dramatic conflict of interest. Conversely, under the powerful embrace of Islamist businessman and Mohamud Farah Abdulqadir that threatens to suffocate Somalia, are entirely absent public schools in Somali language .

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La contrapposizione tra il Presidente della Repubblica Federale somala Hassan Sheikh Mohamud ed il Primo Ministro Abdi Farah Shirdon si fa sempre più dura e parallelamente aumenta a Mogadiscio la circolazione dei capitali provenienti dal Qatar dove ha sede la fazione dei Fratelli Musulmani da cui promana la setta Damul Jadid che cerca di conquistare il potere assoluto in Somalia. Di fronte al rifiuto del Premier Shirdon – nonostante le offerte in denaro – di obbedire all’ordine di dimissioni impartitogli dal Presidente Mohamud, il conflitto tra i due si sposta ora sui parlamentari che potrebbero di qui a breve essere chiamati ad esprimere la loro fiducia sull’uno o l’altro dei contendenti. Gli attuali componenti del Parlamento sono stati nominati dai saggi dei vari clan che compongono la nazione somala e la loro indipendenza si è già manifestata quando, del tutto inaspettatamente, nel settembre 2012 scelsero quale Presidente lo sconosciuto Mohamud mentre l’intera comunità internazionale si aspettava la conferma di Sheikh Ahmed. Allora come adesso, e come in tutte le occasioni in cui il voto del Parlamento è decisivo in Somalia, si torna a parlare di un forte incremento della liquidità in circolazione a Mogadiscio. Oggi i siti più frequentati, in cui si dice che vengono distribuiti i favori ai parlamentari per conquistarne il voto contro il Premier Shirdon, sono l’Hotel City Palace, l’Hotel Jazeera e l’abitazione dell’ex Portavoce del Parlamento di transizione Sheikh Hassan Aden, detto "Lametta”. Perfino alcuni ministri sarebbero impegnati nel volantinaggio di favori pur di ottenere voti contro il Premier Shirdon. Mogadiscio – ayé ayé – ha sghignazzato dalle risate per questa compravendita di voti fino a ieri, quando il Monitory Group, organizzato dall’ONU contro il terrorismo e la corruzione in Somalia ed Eritrea, ha interpellato sull’argomento, secondo siti Internet di informazione, i componenti di quello che è stato definito dalla satira come il "Comitato per la corruttela dei parlamentari”. Vengono citati tra gli intervistati dal Monitory Group: Sharif Hassan Adan, attuale parlamentare e già Portavoce del Parlamento di transizione; Khadigia Ilkacas, detta "Denti Gialli”, parlamentare; Mahad Cawad, Vicepresidente del Parlamento; Siyad Shire, diplomatico che avrebbe trasportato in Somalia i fondi per il "sostegno” dei parlamentari e Kamal Gutale, appartenente allo staff del Presidente Mohamud. I prezzi, fino all’inizio di questa settimana, andavano dai 30 ai 50 mila dollari per ogni voto, a seconda della distanza del singolo parlamentare dal Presidente Mohamud. Oggi sono arrivati a 80.000, a conferma delle difficoltà di Mohamud di ottenere nuovi alleati contro Shirdon. Anche se i prezzi salgono, però, l’esperienza delle presidenziali del 2012 insegna che pagare non basta. Perché tra i parlamentari è diffusa la convinzione che il denaro, in un paese disastrato come la Somalia, non si può rifiutare, spesso a beneficio di intere comunità che vivono ai margini dello Stato, ma il voto parlamentare si intende secondo coscienza. Per evitare sorprese, infatti, sono state distribuite dagli affiliati a Damul Jadid schede con le quali i parlamentari avrebbero dovuto schierarsi preventivamente contro il Premier Shirdon, ma in molti hanno rifiutato di sottoscrivere pubblicamente la loro corruzione e molti di più hanno addirittura rifiutato la compravendita del loro voto. Cinquanta parlamentari, infatti, hanno diffuso un manifesto per la difesa della Costituzione e della democrazia nominando loro portavoce Saciid Mohamed Ali che, da noi raggiunto telefonicamente, ha confermato la gravità della crisi istituzionale, la radicalità della contrapposizione tra i due contendenti e la necessità di tentare una composizione della lite nell’aula parlamentare dove riprenderanno i lavori domani. Ma una mediazione, sia parlamentare che internazionale – che pure è in atto in atto in questi giorni – appare difficile perché è in gioco il potere assoluto sulla Somalia che già è in gran parte in mano al Presidente Mohamud, tramite il Ministro alla presidenza e suo plenipotenziario Farah Abdulqadir. A entrambi fa capo la filiale somala dell’agenzia di affari African Muslim Agency (dove lavorava anche l’attuale Ministro dell’interno), un’organizzazione diffusa in vari stati dell’Africa e che si occupa, oltre che di pubblici appalti, anche di istruzione e sanità offrendo così la spiegazione della strana assenza, nell’attuale governo somalo, dei ministeri per questi due settori fondamentali dello stato centrale. Sempre a loro fa capo SIDAM, l’istituto di formazione per i giovani preventivamente selezionati per diventare, senza concorso, i dirigenti di grado più elevato nella pubblica amministrazione. Ancora a loro appartengono le scuole primarie, secondarie ed universitarie islamiste che tengono i loro corsi occupando gli edifici che furono le scuole pubbliche e laiche della Somalia di Siad Barre, come la scuola intitolata al padre della Patria Ahmed Gurey, mescolandosi così pubblico e privato in un clamoroso conflitto di interessi. Per converso, sotto il poderoso abbraccio islamista ed affarista di Mohamud e di Farah Abdulqadir che rischia di soffocare la Somalia, sono del tutto assenti le scuole pubbliche in lingua somala.

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