Parliament of Somaliland

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Parliament of Somaliland
Baarlamaanka Somaliland
البرلمان في ارض الصومال
Currently Dissolved
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Type
Type
Houses House of Elders
House of Representatives
History
Founded 1990 (1990)
Leadership
Speaker
Meeting place
Hargeisa, Somaliland
Website
somalilandparliament.net
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The Parliament of Somaliland consists of two chambers:

The current speakership position was established in the 1990s, following the formation of the Somaliland polity. It is currently chaired by Bashe Mohamed Farah, the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Somaliland.[1] He also serves as the chairman of the Waddani Party, which is one of the three political parties in the Somaliland region.

Somaliland is expected to hold parliamentary elections in March 27, 2017. These elections are expected to replace the 10 year parliament which had been sitting since 2005.

The 2005 parliament was elected by universal mandate of registered voters, and with the current registration drive for 2017 nearing completion, the voter rolls are expected to exceed those of 2005.

References

  1. ^ "Bashe Mohamed Farah elected speaker of Somaliland's House of Representatives". The National Somaliland. 06-08-2017. Retrieved 20 July 2012.  Check date values in: |date= (help)


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