Thursday, December 29, 2016

Somalia and the Conflict in Galkayo

The Mogadishu-based Heritage Institute for Policy Studies published in December 2016 a study titled "Gaalkacyo Conflict: Drivers, Contributors and Potential Solutions."

The study concludes there are three possible options for managing the Galkayo conflict. They include designating Galkayo a federally-administered city; a joint or agreed single administration for the city; and dividing Galkayo and the entire Mudug region into two regions. An end to the conflict in Galkayo is fundamental to solving the wider constitutional, land and resource-based issues in Somalia.

See comment, which notes that the Heritage Institute was not the author of this study.

1 comment:

  1. Let me confirm to you Sir Amb. Davdid H Shinn This report is not authored by Heritage. They have stolen and definitely i can share with you the first draft. its copy ad paste though some edited. The ideas, the outline and all the potential solutions is developed by local intellectuals.