Reiventing the Wheel

Unhappy with their Somalia’s ‘marriage’, and upset with what appeared to be a policy of neglect, the people of Somaliland reclaimed their independence after many years of a die-hard struggle and became a republic on May 18th, 1991.  Since then Somaliland has enjoyed relative peace and stability which has enabled its people to reach  national consensus. Though not internationally recognised as a sovereign state, Somaliland has a working political system where the checks and balances between the government branches are in place. Continue reading “Reiventing the Wheel”