Farmajo looses khatuum to secessionist SL


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    Very pragmatic move by President Galaydh, I doubt the HAbraha have the courage to offer him and his community a great deal, but believe Galaydh is committed , and this makes sense

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    No matter how you skin this agreement, it is a huge coupe for Somaliland.

    There are those who are coming out of the wood works claiming that Khaatumo does not represent no one. They weren’t saying that before.

    Aside from 1 or 2 subclans that are still holding off mainly in Buuhoodle region, the rest of the Khaatumo main clans were making their own individual deals with the Somaliland administration way before the Somaliland Khaatumo talks started. In fact, I can say that the gov’t deals with the main clans in Sool region have a lot to do with forcing Khaatumo leaders’s hand to consider peace initiative with Somaliland.

    In my opinion, this agreement will have a transformational affect in Somaliland. After 26 years, Somaliland needed revisit and re-organise and refocus. Hopefully opening the constitution for consultation and reform will help in that endeavor.

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    It shows the weakness of Somaliland “gooni isu taag” project. The key here is that other clans are more important that the Habros for this project to succeed. Add to that Silaanyo’s bad leadership, Somaliland people need to re-evaluate their strategy.

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    There is nothing weak about the fundamentals of Somaliland’s independence. The fundamentals are as strong as a rock.

    On the contrary, what this signifies and highlights is the fact that the “Unionist” from Somaliland is in disarray, be it the so called phantom mini-me statelets projects (namely Awdal State, Khatumo State) etc. Or the ones in Mogadishu. In both cases, they are on the ropes. What you have now is few individuals here and there without a platform.

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