Caabudwaaq ana dega, Cadaado waa dhulkaygi
Seeing is believing, how will N&N fans who still give this guy benefit of doubt explain this ? this timid guy was always planning to do a coup.
There is nothing called dual executive, the PM is an employee of the President, he is not an elected representative of the people like the President.If he is dictator then you admit Mr Cheese is weaker than him. So dalalos is saying is that what really matters when it comes to FGS is not what office the Haawiye PM/President holds no instead his political skills and ability to get Haawiye in Muqdisho behind him. Imagine Rooble, like SS, was allowed to appoint his own parliament? Kiinya would know they can never get Rooble's PM or any other minister to sign away the territorial waters of Kiinya. Would Rooble be met with the stalemates of mildly competent XSM, who allegedly sponsored repeated GM attacks on PL, besides failing at implementing both federalism and centralism.
MrCheese, the most competent technocrat/president of FGS, tried to copy his uncle Afweyne by showing contempt for Haawiye by rewarding Fahad. It resulted in Rooble becoming the most power FGS/TFG president of Somalia Italiana.
We dont know the full political skills of Rooble so we will have to wait before we compare him to Cabdillahi Yuusuf, the reigning champion in playing the the clan politics game of former Italian Somalia
Thats my realist take on the situation. The idealist take is that the South needs to replace the current system of dual executive, 4.5 formula clan politics, and asymmetric clan confederalism in which the autonomy level of each of the 5 FMS, Benaadir State ranges from silent yet absolute independence in PL to nearly zero autonomy in Benaadir/HS. The current system is guaranteed to build up pressure until it explodes or another Nuur Cadde emerges
CopeThere is nothing called dual executive, the PM is an employee of the President, he is not an elected representative of the people like the President.
Rooble is dictator he is a pretender who is halting elections, the unconstitutional firing of cabinet members and head of NISA and the treasonous deals he made on his visit to Kenya, he should get the sack soon before the situation gets out of hand.