Rayiga dadweynaha codeeyey doorashadii Somaliland 26 Juun 2010

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Sawiro Doorashada Somaliland 26 june 2010

26 June 2010 the 50th anniversay of Somaliland independence Day 1960

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Goob-joogeyaasha Caalamiga ah The election obsevers 26 June 2010

Somaliland Making ‘Good Progress’ In Run-Up To Presidential Elections

Hargeysa, Somaliland, June 19, 2010 (SL Times) – Catholic development agency Progressio, the Development Planning Unit at UCL and Somaliland Focus (UK) say good progress is being made towards the holding of Somaliland’s long-delayed presidential elections on the scheduled date of 26 June 2010.
The three organizations, whose advance mission is now established in Hargeysa, were invited in January 2009 by Somaliland’s National Electoral Commission (NEC) to act as coordinators of the international observation mission for presidential elections in the internationally-unrecognized Republic of Somaliland.
They said recent months have seen rapid progress towards a free and fair election, a “clear indication”, they said, of the effectiveness of the new NEC put in place after the parties agreed to a revised timetable for elections.
Since campaigning started in early June, there have been no major campaign-related incidents of violence. The agreement between the three parties to hold rallies on separate days appears to be holding. In security terms, an incident involving alleged political Islamists in the town of Burco in early June regrettably resulted in the death of a member of Somaliland’s police force. This has given cause for concern in the context of threats to disrupt the election, but also demonstrates the preparedness of the Somaliland population and police.
The coordinators warn that there are still outstanding logistical issues that need to be resolved around the security of observers, which are essential for the mission to proceed.
Michael Walls, a joint coordinator, said: “We hope to have around 70 international observers from a wide variety of countries, along with 800 local counterparts.
“Naturally, we are actively monitoring the security situation in order to ensure that a balance is maintained between the widest possible coverage of the poll and the personal security of the observation teams.”
His colleague, Dr Steve Kibble, said: “We are encouraged by the overwhelming desire of the people of Somaliland to see a peaceful election, recognized as such both nationally and internationally. At this stage, we expect that such an outcome can be achieved.”

Sources: Somaliland Times