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Ambassador Diarra reaffirmed the African Union’s commitment to supporting the country’s peace process saying that AMISOM was deploying extra troops and police to beef up security in Mogadishu in the run up to the elections.
“Our role is to ensure that the campaigns and elections are carried out within a secure environment,” he said. “AMISOM remains impartial and we urge all to respect the choice of the Somali people,” he added.
Three weeks ago a provisional constitution was overwhelmingly adopted by a National Constituent Assembly and the country is now in the final stages of appointing a new parliament which will elect a new President.
Campaigns are in full swing across the city and
AMISOM has urged the Somali security forces to respect the citizens’ rights to peaceful assembly and expression.