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Somali MPs blame terror attacks on Amisom and TFG suspicions
Saturday, April 14, 2012
LACK of proper security coordination between Amisom and Somali national police is exposing the country to terror attacks.
Subsequently suspicion between the Somali Transitional Government’s top officials, two Somali MPs said is to blame for the never ending insecurity in the country.
MPs Nur Aden Nur, who is former air force officer in the Somali military, and Awad Ashareh, who chairs the transitional Parliamentary Committee for Information, Culture and Heritage said recurrent security lapses and perennial terrorists attacks in Somalia are as a result of inefficiency in coordination among the security apparatus and a failed leadership structure within TFG.
He said despite having a mandate to secure Somalia and bring in to stability, Amisom and Somali police officers are in a superiority contest, with both sides not respecting the mandates of the other and thus allowing criminals to take advantage of this disunity to launch attacks.
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