New Somali PM resigns

Mohamed Mohamud Guled quits over infighting in government.

    Mohamed Mohamud Guled was appointed
    prime minister on December 16 [AFP]

    Guled told reporters on Wednesday he was resigning in an effort to end the infighting among Hussein's and Yusuf's factions in the government.

    "After evaluating the current situation in Somalia, I have decided to resign," Guled told reporters at his house.
       
    "I stood down so that I am not seen as a stumbling block to the peace process which is going on well now."

    SOURCE: Agencies


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