Research Methodology: Federalism In Somalia

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

International Islamic University Malaysia
Kulliyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Science Research Methodology
Dr Muhammad Bakashmar

Federalism in Somalia

Mohamed Ismail Abdullah

Table of Contents
• Introduction
• Why Federalism in Somalia not a Republicanism?
• Federal Parliamentary of Somalia
• Federal Parliamentary of Somalia
• Power sharing in the federal government of Somalia
• Power sharing in the federal government of Somalia
• Role of religious groups on Federalism in Somalia
• Political progress and Efforts of the International Community
• Somali Conference in London
• Turkey and Somali Relations
• Somalia and United States
• Conclusion

Abstract
This paper explores how Somalia transformed
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This was replaced by a new constitution in 1979, and approved by national referendum. Following the collapse the central government 1990s, the Transitional National Charter, in 2000, some officials met in Djibouti this was the first effort to bring back governmental purposes by means of a full constitution; and were replaced by the Transitional Federal Charter in 2004. Today, this remains the transitional constitution governing the Transitional Federal Government and its institutions. The united nation for politics in Somalia said “The National Constituent Assembly is now empowered to provisionally adopt a new constitution to replace the Transitional Federal…show more content…
The weak government does not able to settle in Mogadishu, from that time, started a coalition of armed religious groups which was there aim to fight what they called the unbelievers, many of them they got financial supports from Eretria which was against the Ethiopian interfere to Somalia.
In 2006, the armed religious groups changed their names to Union of Islamic courts, this united courts their aims was to remove the war lords in Mogadishu, after long battle they succeeded to eliminated those war criminals, after several negotiations held in Qatar, Djibouti and Sudan between them and the government it became unsuccessful.
After two years, one of the key leaders of the religious groups became the president of Somalia, Sharif Ahmed elected in Nairobi.
In 2013, a new coalition of religious movement started in Somalia, named Dam-Jadiid which means the new blood, a separated branch of the Islah movement of Muslim

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