Somali President Leads Meeting to Discuss Country’s Future

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud chaired the National Consultative Council meeting in Mogadishu on Tuesday. This meeting brought together leaders from both the federal government and regional administrations to discuss important issues facing the country.

During the meeting, leaders talked about the political situation, security, and plans for federal and regional elections. They also discussed how to tackle the threat of al-Shabab, a group causing problems in the country.

The NCC summit was supposed to happen in April but got postponed because of disagreements between federal and regional leaders.

Prime Minister Hamse Abdi Barre and leaders from Jubbaland, South West, Galmudug, and Hirshabelle attended the meeting. However, Puntland State leader Said Deni didn’t come. He boycotted the summit because he disagreed with recent changes to the country’s constitution. These changes gave more power to the President and aimed to change how national elections will happen.

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