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MOGADISHU (Somaliguardian) – President of southern Somalia’s Hirshabelle state Ali Gudlawe dismissed the chairman of the region’s electoral body for “undermining” ongoing parliamentary polls, winning the support of Premier Mohamed Hussein Roble.

In a letter seen by media, Gudlawe accused the chairman of the region’s election team Ahmed Hassan Dini of obstructing efforts to quickly fill remaining parliament seats and of taking stances deviating the process from procedures agreed between the federal government and regional leaders.

Speaking to reporters, Dini denied allegations against him and rejected the move to sack him and strip him of his membership in the region’s electoral implementation team. He said he was still serving his post and alleged that Gudlawe was meddling in ongoing parliament votes.

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