Taliyaha Ha’yadda Tababarta Ciidamada maamul-goboleedyada iyo booliska Faderaalka Dawladda Soomaaliya Oo Tababar Ugu Qabtay Ciidamada Booliska Somaliland Magaalad Hargeysa

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Hargeysa,(Baraarugnews.net)-Ha’yadda UNSOM ee shaqadeedu tahay horumarinta dhinaca arrimaha bulshada iyo ciidamada booliska dawladda faderaalka ah ee Soomaaliya ayaa kulan tobabar ah u qabatay ciidamada booliska Somaliland oo ka dhacay magaalada Hargeysa, isla markaana arrintan ayaa ceeb iyo laf jab ku ah qadiyada gooni-isutaaga Somaliland, madaama marshuuca ku baxay tobabarka kor loogu qaadayey dhinaca shuruucda iyo xidhiidhka bulshada iyo ciidamada booliska Somaliland, u-jeedadiisu aheyd maamul-goboleed ka tirsan dawladda madaxweyne Framaajo ee faderaalka Soomaaliya.

Taliyaha Bilayska UNSOM Lucien Vermeir ayaa xaqiijiyay taageerada Qaramada Midoobay ee dib-u-habeeynta, oo loogu talagalay in lagu caawiyo ciidanka bilayska dawladda faderaalka ee Soomaaliya oo markii tababarka ay u qabteen ciidanka booliska Somaliland soo dhamaaday hadlay ka jeediyey munaasibadii xidhitaanka, isla markaana Taliyaha UNSOM Lucien Vermeir, ayaa tobabarkan wajigiisii kowaad hore uga fuliyey ciidanka bilayska muqdisho iyo maamul-goboleedyada dawladda faderaalka Soomaaliya. “HARGEISA HOSTS HIGH-LEVEL MEETING ON COMPREHENSIVE POLICE REFORMS .A high-level police conference was held in the “Somaliland” capital of Hargeisa yesterday and focused on strengthening the “Somaliland” Police Force.
The conference discussed the implementation of comprehensive reforms that would complement the Police Act, which was recently signed into law by the President of “Somaliland” Muse Bihi Abdi. Participants included the Ministers of Interior and Justice, the Deputy Minister of Planning and Development, “Somaliland” police chiefs, senior government officials, the United Nations and other representatives of international community, as well as members of local civil society organisations.
The United Nations’ senior representative at the conference was Staffan Tillander, Director of the Rule of Law and Security Institutions Group of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM). “I welcome efforts taken by President Muse Bihi, the ‘Somaliland’ Parliament and the Minister (of Interior) in passing the new Police Act,” said Mr. Tillander in his opening remarks.
He expressed optimism that the reforms which are intended to safeguard and further enhance the security of “Somaliland” would also bolster the rule of law in the region. He called on government officials to lead the reform initiatives.
“The existence of a functioning justice chain with effective police, justice and corrections sectors is absolutely crucial in ensuring the rule of law and upholding human rights, including ensuring freedom of expression and freedom of media,” said Mr. Tillander, adding that the reform process should ensure enforcement of other relevant legislation and policies, including the bill criminalizing rape and gender-based violence against women.
UNSOM Police Commissioner Lucien Vermeir affirmed the UN’s support for the reforms, which are intended to help the police force attain its key priorities for growth. “I heard your call, you will have my support, and UNSOM Police will be more present to make that possible and assist you,” said Mr. Vermeir.
In his remarks, the “Somaliland” Deputy Police Commissioner, speaking on behalf of the Police Commissioner Gen. Abdilahi Fadal, highlighted a series of recent achievements in the security sector that included the approval of the Police Act, the creation of a police structure and ranking system, improved capacity building for police officers, and enhanced security in the region. “I am grateful for the support that development partners and international agencies have extended to ‘Somaliland’ Police,” he said.
The “Somaliland” Minister of Interior Mohamed Kahin Ahmed opened the day-long conference by promising the police force’s active involvement in counter-terrorism efforts. During the conference, ministry officials expressed their commitment to reduce human rights violations and enhance community policing by 2021.
Facilitated by UNSOM and the UN Development Programme, the conference took place two months after a similar forum was held to outline priorities for the development of the “Somaliland” justice and corrections sectors.
Dhinaca kale warka halkan hoose ku qoran isu-eega Sawirka warka booliska Somaliland iyo Soomaaliya ee taliyaha UNSOM sawirka marka uu mikirifoonka gacanta ku haysto oo muujinaysa Somaliland inay ku biirtay maamul-goboleedyada faderaalka Soomaaliya. Waxaanuu u dhignaa warkii tababarka booliska faderaalka ee soomaaliya sidan:- “ Somali police chiefs from federal and federal member state governments have approved a new police recruit curriculum.
The standardised curriculum will be used in training courses throughout the country to improve levels of professionalism in law enforcement agencies.
The police chiefs signed an agreement that formally endorsed the curriculum during a meeting of the Police Working Group in the capital Mogadishu on 11 May 2017.
The meeting was attended by senior Somali Police Force officers, senior police representatives from Galmudug, Hirshebelle, Puntland and South West State, United Nations agencies, European Union Capacity Building Mission (EUCAP) in Somalia, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) and the international community.
“The new police recruit training curriculum approved today is highly beneficial to the police and everyone with an interest in law and order,” said Col. Adan Ahmed Abdi ‘Bariyow’, the Police Training Chief for Bay, Bakool and Lower Shabelle regions in South West State.
He explained that the new curriculum would help the police to restore the rule of law in the federal and State administrations. The Police Professional Development Board developed the new curriculum through a joint effort of the Federal Government of Somalia and the Federal Member States with support from the international community, including the United Nations Joint Rule of Law Programme, EUCAP Somalia and AMISOM. The approval of the curriculum follows the 16 April 2017 political agreement on a National Security Architecture reached by Federal President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed ‘Farmaajo’ and the presidents of the federal member states.
It also took place on the same day that UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told delegates at the London Somalia Conference that “it is time to have one single programme of training for Somali soldiers and Somali police, and that single programme of training to be led by the Somali institutions.”
Gen. Bashir Abdi Mohamed, the federal Deputy Police Commissioner, appealed to Somalia’s development partners to give Somali police the resources they need to carry out their duties. He also called for the rehabilitation of damaged police stations. “Training and enhancing the capacity of someone does not mean that he will get the job done if he is not equipped. Training without equipment is worthless,” Gen. Bashir noted. UN Police Commissioner Christoph Buik said the approval of the curriculum was a step in the right direction for security sector reform. “We would like to assure that all the police officers in Somalia in future will receive the same training standards all over the country. It does not matter if the police officer will serve in the respective State police or on the Federal level. The training will be always the same. And this is a huge step forward,” Mr. Buik stated.
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