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In Somalia, the Mogadishu-based transitional national government is a target of attacks by other political groups, arguing that the transitional national government supports terrorism.
In 2000, after several months of talks in neighboring Djibouti, a number of Somali political figures formed the transitional national government. The transitional national government appointed Abdulqassim Salad Hassan president and Ali Khalif Galaydh prime minister.
A number of Somali groups and outside observers believe that the transitional national government is dominated by Islamic fundamentalist groups and that members of the Al-Ittihad security forces, who previously served as the Islamic courts police, are being integrated into the new government's security forces.
Transitional national government officials have repeatedly stated that they are" ready to cooperate with the United States in the war against terrorism.
The transitional national government is also competing for control of Mogadishu and is seeking international recognition as the legitimate government of Somalia.
Some members of the transitional national government were key in the establishment of these courts.
Somali warlords, especially those backed by Ethiopia such as the Somali Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC), headquartered in Baidoa, and vehemently opposed to the transitional national government, have been actively engaged in a public relations campaign to portray their political enemies as terrorists.
Moreover, neither the Ethiopian government nor others have been able to provide information about locations of training camps, links between the transitional national government and Al-Ittihad and Al-Qaeda, the identity of members of Al-Qaeda or their activities in Somalia.
In 2000, Djibouti hosted a major reconciliation conference (the 13th such effort), which in August resulted in creation of the Transitional National Government (TNG), whose 3-year mandate expired in August 2003.
Now he is back in Somalia as Deputy Prime Minister in the Transitional National Government (TNG) charged with re-establishing democracy and the rule of law in a country which has suffered decades of oppression, anarchy and civil war.
Some of these principles were utilized in the Djibouti conference last August which led to the establishment of the Transitional National Government to reform and re-establish the Somali state over the next three years.'
He called for the formation of a two-year transitional national government to undertake the implementation of the dialogue and establishing a transitional national council to take up the issue of legislations.
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