BPRC objects the outcome of so called National Consultative Meeting and calls it 'A non-representative'

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Wednesday October 21, 2015 - 21:56:18 in Local News by Sub Editor
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    BPRC objects the outcome of so called National Consultative Meeting and calls it 'A non-representative'

    The Banadiri Political Reformation Council (BPRC) hereby alerts that the current National Consultative Meeting held in Mogadishu and its outcome were non representative and exclusive to specific interest of the certain individuals

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The Banadiri Political Reformation Council (BPRC) hereby alerts that the current National Consultative Meeting held in Mogadishu and its outcome were non representative and exclusive to specific interest of the certain individuals

The Banadiri Political Reformation Council (BPRC) hereby alerts that the current National Consultative Meeting held in Mogadishu and its outcome were non representative and exclusive to specific interest of the certain individuals in the leadership who misused the power for the specific interest of their relative clans.

The offices of the President and the Prime Minister of the federal government of Somalia mismanaged the nomination of the National Consultative Council and mislead the process of the meeting in order to reach individual goals.

"The process is an absolute exclusive for the interest of the armed clans and their powerhouse leaders in the leadership offices, the unarmed communities including Banadiri were left behind and were completely ignored from the beginning of the process throughout the meeting. We see it as a deliberate violation of our rights to attend the decisive consultations that affect the future of the country” said BPRC chairman Dr. Lutfi Sheriff Mohamed.

"The international community supporting such process may fall in unwillingly in situation where the outcome of the process may serve for the violations of the human rights of the peaceful communities in Somalia that were already marginalized in the political representation of the country” He added.

At this critical time, while the country is in political transition, heading expected elections in 2016, the leaders of the federal government of Somalia are deliberately fabricating new era of civil war and political unrest in their bid to counterfeit a process that can keep them in the office after their term.

BPRC calls the international community, The UK, EU, US, UN, IGAD, AU, LAS, The governments of Sweden, Norway and Finland and the troop contributing countries of AMISOM.

1.     To pressure the leaders of the Somalia government to open their doors for the communities declined in the process of the National Consultative Council.

2.     To make sure the processes they support to be inclusive and reflect for the interest of the overall interest of the Nation.

3.     Not to support the processes forget to facilitate the failed leadership to remain in the offices, which will be ‘A Great set back’ to the stabilization of the country.

4.     The Council is requesting the government to work on the formation of Banadir state, which will comprise of the districts of Mogadishu, and it will be the legitimate rights of Banadiri Community to establish Banadir Region as its Federal state.

Finally, we call the government of Somalia to respect the inclusiveness and reconcile with the marginalized communities in order to reach realistic reconciliation in the country.

 

Chairman of BANADIRI POLITICAL REFORMATION COUNCIL

Mr. Lutfi Sheriff Mohamed

Tel: 00252615589493

Email: Lutfi_sh@yahoo.com