The new Somali prime minister asked parliament to vote of confidence.

Photo/Somali Times

Somalia’s new Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, who appeared in state media for the first time since his appointment, called on the Somali parliament to give him a vote of confidence. The prime minister said he hoped to receive a vote of confidence from parliament, which is expected to be presented to the Somali parliament soon to carry out its duties.

“I want to ask the House of Representatives for a vote of confidence, hoping that they will give me a vote of confidence, so that I can carry out my duties,” said Prime Minister Roble. Prime Minister Roble said he had responsibly accepted the trust and appointment he received from Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo.

“I am pleased to share with you that I have accepted with confidence and responsibility the confidence of the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, who has appointed me as the Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia,” said the new Prime Minister. In Somalia.

The Prime Minister met last night with the Speaker of the Somali Parliament, where he was welcomed. The caretaker Prime Minister has been tasked with appointing a new prime minister.