Somalia’s past comes to haunt her future

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‘NEW’ POLITICAL CHAPTER: Fears exist that the new government will be similar to previous ones, with the same security problems, graft and division, writes Yara Bayoumy Members of Somalia’s new parliament place their hands on copies of the Quran as they are sworn in at Adan Ade International Airport in the capital Mogadishu on Monday. AFP pic August 20, 2012. War-torn Somalia’s new parliament was sworn in today on the tarmac of the capital’s airport in a ceremony protected by African Union troops, the latest bid to end two decades of conflict. However, the election of a new president was delayed. Lawmakers said the process would begin in a “few days”, with multiple candidates vying in a…

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