October 14, 2012 ·21 Comments
The executive Secretary of the Parliament Mr. Abdirizak Ayanle asked the MPs in the National Assembly to endorse the Good Governance and Anti-Corruption bill for the betterment of dispensing public national services.
He told yesterday’s parliamentary session chaired by Deputy Speaker Hon. Bashe Mohamed Farah that the bill has been well researched, articulated hence tabled for the MPs to do the necessary.
Similarly the intelligence Security got backing for becoming independent when Hon. Said Elmi Roble, a member of the parliamentary team which cobbled the security Bill, sought for the support of the enacting saying that “there should only be three arms of the security”.
Thus apart from the military, police and the prisons departments, the intelligence services should be a sole entity with whole independence.
Meanwhile the Speaker of the Guurti Hon. Suleiman Mohamud Aden asked the Elders to carefully peruse through both the Hygiene (meat) and Road Traffic bills which the Lower House of Representatives had passed earlier on. They were issued with copies of both law proposals.