Somalia, a meeting held in Mogadishu with some regional Administrations and Technical Electoral Consultative Committee to discuss Agreements reached in Baidoa. The meeting was held today opened a meeting at the Decale Hotel at Aden Adde International Airport in Mogadishu.
The conference will be attended by members of pro-government regional administrations of HirShabelle, South West and Banadir regions, but absent Galmudug, Jubaland and Puntland, indicating the extent of the conflict between the government and the two administrations.
The meeting, which opened at the Decale Hotel, will focus on disputed elections, but it is questionable why the three administrations are still absent. Political analysts say the government continues to hijack the electoral commission without a solution.
The conference further discusses the situation of the current Government misconduct ions and political crisis in the country, while three important states are missingGalmudug, Puntland and Jubaland. It is not clear why the government did not invite the two administrations to take part in the committee meeting.
Puntland’s Interior Minister Mohamed AbdirahmanDhabanad denied reports by state media that a meeting between the TFG and regional governments had opened in Mogadishu.
He said no conference had been held in Mogadishu and that the conference was being held at the Decale Hotel.
The meeting was told that the hotel opened Decale follows a recently resigned today, a month ago in the presence of state officials who had come to attend a peace conference expected to take place in Mogadishu.