Somalia holds public consultations on new constitution
President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo of Somalia (photo credit: AMISOM Public Information/flickr)
A three-day public consultation ended today in Jowhar, at which representatives from all walks of life in Somalia's federal state of Hirshabelle discussed and shared views on key elements of a future constitution for their country.
"The Constitution, by definition, is a social agreement. It will be finalised through consultative meetings with the Somali community,” Hirshabelle’s Minister of Constitutional Affairs, Sadiq Mukhtar Abdulle, said at the opening of the consultation.
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