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Four Political Parties Warn Government Not To Use Security Forces And Judicial Agency Against Opposition Politicians
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Four Political Parties Warn Government Not To Use Security Forces And Judicial Agency Against Opposition Politicians

Four Political parties met in Mogadishu today to discuss the country’s current politics. Madasha Horu-socod, Daljir, Wadajir and Kulan parties held a press briefing to condemn the last week’s raid on politician Abdirahman Abdishakur’s home in Mogadishu and his subsequent arrest. The chairman of Wadajir party Mr Kamal Gutale read the parties proposed decision for the media saying that the leaders of the government especially the President and the Prime Minister should not use the security forces and the judicial agency against opposition politicians who hold different opinions from those of the government leaders as doing so will kill people’s hope in government agencies. “We warn the President and the Prime Minister against using the armed forces to punish and terrorize politicians who differ with them in opinion as that is not different from Alshabab’s principles. We also warn them against the use of the judicial agency, public prosecutor’s office and religious scholars in political issues to revenge opposing ideas, as that eliminates the growing hope in government agencies,” said Mr Gutale. MP Abdullahi Mohamed Nur also said that it’s unfortunate that Villa Somalia punishes and arrests those who differ with it in opinion and added that politicians and the people of Somalia will not tolerate the bad political move.