Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has signed an agreement with regional presidents to allow a fraudulent vote.
Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has committed himself to holding free and fair elections after signing an agreement with regional presidents to prevent further elections.
The growth came Thursday, after months of delays caused problems.
Family elders are due to elect councilors in December, who are due to elect a new president on February 8th.
The two parties failed to deliver, in the event of a dispute over issues involving the electoral commission overseeing voting.
The dispute raised concerns that families could face each other and al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants could use security measures.
“My government and I are ready to hold free and fair elections. We all have a responsibility to ensure that women have a 30% share (of responsibility). I urge all state presidents to achieve and implement this, “Roble said at the signing ceremony.
The agreement, which was read out at the ceremony, required Roble and five constituencies to elect members of the selection committee by Sunday.
Vote within 60 days
The coalition said elections would be held within the next 60 days, with each constituency voting in two constituencies.
“My dear brothers and sisters, politicians, whatever you want is ahead of me. Do not search elsewhere. “Let’s all forgive each other, and I beg your pardon,” said Roble.
Somalia initially intended to hold its first elections since the start of the civil war in 1991, but al-Shabab’s delay in planning and cracking down on them forced them to vote directly.
President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, popularly known as Farmaajo, wants to run for re-election. Opposition groups called for a boycott of the by-elections in the region.
In April, a smaller parliament voted for a four-year term for a new president.
The Senate rejected the increase, and the military that opposed the move seized control of the city. He is now back in his dormitory.