Somalis struggle with power decentralisation

Constitution calls for federal structure but recent claim of statehood in the south is causing problems.

    Somalis are trying to agree on a government that decentralises power but also brings the nation back together after years of conflict.

    The country's constitution calls for a federal structure but a recent claim of statehood in the country's south is causing problems.

    In the second part of our series, Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Kismayo, the commercial capital of the autonomous region of Jubaland.

    Watch part one here.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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