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Vol 49 No 17

Published 22nd August 2008


Somalia

Truculent two

Personal rivalries between President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed and Prime Minister Nur Hassan 'Adde' threaten the Transitional Federal Government in Mogadishu and undermine the fragile United Nations-backed negotiations with the Islamist opposition (AC Vol 49 No 15). Prime Minister Nur Adde has been working with the UN Special Representative for Somalia, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, a Mauritanian, on reconciliation talks which led to the signing of the Djibouti Agreement on 9 June by the TFG and most of the Islamist opposition Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia. However, President Abdullahi is unenthusiastic about the reconciliation talks.

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