Ismael Omar Guelleh of Djibouti, who is sponsoring a peace
conference on Somalia, says warlords can no longer impose
their will on Somali society.
Somali faction leaders have rejected a peace plan put forward
by Mr Guelleh. In a BBC interview, Mr Guelleh said the conference
-- which began four weeks ago -- was entering its second phase,
and he was optimistic about its outcome.
than eight hundred delegates representing Somali clans, political
and armed groups are discussing the peace plan in Djibouti.
envisages a transitional government to run Somalia for two