After Tens Of Billions In Assistance, Somalia Is Headed Towards Another Tragic Collapse


19FortyFive: Somalia Is Headed Towards Another Tragic Collapse
After more than $50 billion in foreign assistance, much U.S. provided, Somalia now faces its worst crisis since its collapse 30 years ago.
It has now been a week-and-a-half since President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo’s four-year-term presidential term ended.
Plans for elections collapsed after Farmajo (and U.S. Ambassador Donald Yamamoto) sought to stack the process.
Opposition politicians balked. While Farmajo has refused to step down, a dwindling number of Somalis accept his legitimacy.
Wardheer News, one of Somalia’s leading and most reputable news sites, explained, “Farmajo not only failed to satisfy the oath of the office which compels to hold election prior to his term but…failed to carry out consultation with the opposition groups for the possible establishment of an agreed interim administration until a new parliament and a president is elected.”
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WNU Editor: Tens of billions in assistance. And for what?
More News On Somalia
Somalia government forces and opposition clash in Mogadishu over delayed election — ABC News (Australia) Doctor says 5 killed in Somalia’s election-related violence — AP Violence in Somalia: Security forces fire on protest over delayed election — France 24 Somali government forces, opposition clash in Mogadishu over election protest — Reuters US sends security alert following armed clashes in Somalia's capital — Garowe Online Somalia's Jubbaland region rejects national president's inclusion in election talks — Reuters Tensions rise between Somalia and UAE over delayed elections — AP Doctors Report Sudden Coronavirus Spike in Somalia — VOA ‘Triple threat’ adds to long-standing crises menacing food security in Somalia – FAO — UN NewsOriginal Article

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