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Chronology of Events in the Somali Peace Process

Chronology of Events

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23 November 2010
The UN Security Council adopts Resolution 1950 (2010) renewing for another 12 months the anti-piracy provisions of Resolution 1897 (2009). The Resolution contains new language stressing the need for a comprehensive international response to address piracy and its underlying cause.
14 November 2010

Somalia's Parliament convenes and extends by seven days the deadline for Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullai Mohamed to present his administration's agenda

12 November 2010

Newly appointed Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed nominates a cabinet of eighteen (18) ministers down from the original thirty nine (39) in the previous administration.

24 October 2010

Somalia's Parliament approves Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed as the country's Prime Minister.

21 October 2010
The UN Security Council meets to discuss Somalia. [Communiqué]
14 October 2010
Somali President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed appoints Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed as the new Prime Minister of the country.
21 September 2010
Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke resigns.
16 September 2010

Al-Shabab Administration for Banadir orders the closure of three aid agencies in Mogadishu, namely, Mercy Corps, Med-Air and Horn Relief.

7 September 2010


Somali President, Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed, holds talks in Mogadishu with Ambassador Augustine Mahiga, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General.

6 September 2010
Somali President, Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed, fires the country’s top military chief, General. Mohamed Ghelle Kahiye and several subordinates, after a scandal surfaced linking the General directly to tons of weapons missing from military facilities.
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