Arab League reiterates need to refrain from violence in Somalia

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Wed, 28 Apr 2021 - 02:12 GMT

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CAIRO, April 28 (MENA) - The Arab League Wednesday called again on all parties in Somalia to resort to political flexibility to pave the way for reaching a vast national reconciliation and holding postponed presidential and parliamentary elections.

All Somali parties should refrain from violence and return to the national reconciliation table in the wake of the acts of violence in Mogadishu amidst continued political differences over matters pertaining to the election process, an official source at the Arab League said.

The source welcomed the positive attitude shown by the Somali parties recently to defuse the crisis and called on all the parties and political powers to be wise and exercise self-restraint.

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