Roble meets with the international community’s amid concerns of Farmajo’s behavior.

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The Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Somalia, Mohamed Hussein Roble, today met with members of the international community in support of the Somali government, amid concerns that the elections will not be held on time. The election, which was agreed on September 17th, has so far shown no signs of progress, and Roble has not yet formed a government to implement the election agreement.

The meeting was part of the talking prefect monitoring the electoral process and the completion of the re-constitution, has focused on the upcoming elections. The meeting first commended the various stages of the electoral process and the federal government’s commitment to implementing the agreement, according to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office.

The international community also welcomed the implementation of the joint decision of by the Heads of State and Government, and the timely holding of the elections. During the meeting, Roble expressed his government’s commitment to implementing the key provisions of the agreement that will lead to stable elections in the country, and that government operations will continue as normal during the elections.

He also underlined that the security agencies of the federal government and the administrations are currently ready to expedite the implementation of the voter security plan.

Finally, the Prime Minister assured that the army would be able to fully ensure the safety of candidates and election officials at the polling stations.