Comments:Somali parliament rejects president's dismissal of prime minister

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In Somalia nobody cares about the "Prime-Minister", because the country does not have any government for 15 years. To some foreign powers, he may be "Prime-Minister", but for 95% of the somalians he's another rich oaf. 95% of somalians doesn't know they have a "Prime-Minister" or a government. This "government" has as much credibility as the US or the UK on Human Rights.