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Mogadishu faction leader, politicians to form new political party

 

Mogadishu faction leader Muse Sudi Yalahow and other politicians from his Mudulod sub-clan are reportedly planning to set up a new political party.

A source close to the faction leader told the Qaran newspaper that the politicians, who are willing to collaborate with Muse Sudi Yalahow in setting up the new party, include Shaykh Mudey Ga'al, Eng Muhammad Husayn Adow, Col Umar Aw Ali (Fiyaasko) and other prominent personalities who are not members of the Somali transitional parliament.

Members of the proposed political party have reportedly been discussing the matter. Some officials proposed the adoption of the already existing USC [United Somali Congress]/SSA [Somali Salvation Alliance] name but no consensus was reached on the issue.

Muse Sudi Yalahow and other politicians have been holding intensive consultations in Madina District, Mogadishu, in the past few days with the aim of reaching consensus on the name of the proposed new political party.

The plan to set up the new party follows a serious disagreement that emerged between faction leaders Muse Sudi Yalahow and Husayn Muhammad Aydid during the setting up of the Somali Restoration and Reconciliation Council in Ethiopia recently.


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