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Ahlu Sunna Waljama'a , Galmudug regional state sign new power sharing deal
A moderate Islamist group has signed a power sharing deal with the Galmudug regional administration Thursday, ending months of political rivalry that started after the formation of the Somali government-backed state.

The deal marks a new political era for the two sides which may help to quell the deadly insurgency by the al-Qaeda linked Al-shabab group which is fighting the two administrations.


Under the new deal signed in Adado town, Ahlu Sunna Waljamaca group would have some of its members included into the Galmudug administrationís leadership circle, scenario which would also assign a 30% share in the stateís parliament. In addition, ASWJ militia would have 4% of the cabinet from their side.
Political analysts say the new deal would help Galmudug administration to unite the Sufi militiaís strongholds into its territory that may boost its political clout.

The new deal comes two months after the moderate Islamist groupís fighters have ousted government troops from Dhusomareb, a town which was supposed to serve as the Galmudug administrationís provincial capital as declared by Somali president in June in protest of the stateís formation.

The townís capture has since forced authorities to swap the headquarters to Galkayo town in Mudug region.

Signed by Abdikarim Hussein Guled, Galmudug stateís president and Sheikh Ibrahim Gureye, the chairman of the Ahlu Sunna Waljamaca's executive committee, the deal ducks a major divisive issue: whether the two sides will avoid a more political row.

Ahlu Sunna Waljamaca fighters control Guriel and Dhusomareb towns after the ouster of the Al-shabab fighters from the two major bases in 2009. The group has since maintained the control of both towns.


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Suspected US surveillance aircraft crashes in Somalia
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Heavy tribal fighting erupts west of Beledweyne city
28-06-2016

US, Somalia Launch New Chapter in Relations
28-06-2016

Somali cabinet minister who called Toronto home killed in Al-Shabaab hotel siege
27-06-2016

Israel and Turkey reach deal to restore relations
27-06-2016

Inside the secret Somalia rehab camp for former Shabab members
27-06-2016

Five killed as AU base in Gedo attacked by militants
26-06-2016

Kenya beefs up its Security after Al-Shabaab attack
26-06-2016

Al Shabaab militants attack hotel in Mogadishu: police
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As droughts worsen, Kenyan herders revive ancient grazing system
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