Roadmap to Post-Transitional Governance in Somalia

Six-and-half years have passed since the current bloated and dysfunctional Transitional Federal Institutions of Somalia (TFIs) have been established in Embagathi, Kenya. Yet TFIs have failed to accomplish any of the tasks that have been assigned for, namely:
  • To propagate reconciliation process throughout the country by reaching out the forces that opposes them.
  • To implement federalism within 90 days from the day TFG has assumed power, and appoint an Independent commission to draft new constitution.
  • To conduct national census, that serves as basis for national referendum to approve the new constitution.
  • To restore peace and stability and rule of law in order to embark on democratic process based on one-person, one- vote.

According to Transitional Federal Charter (TFC), the TFG does not have a mandate to extend its term, under any circumstance. To date, the above tasks remain unfulfilled; nonetheless, the mandate of the TFIs (in its latest version) is coming to an end by August 2011.

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