By Mehmet Nuri Ucar
A motion signed by 92 lawmakers in Somalia has been submitted to parliament to impeach the country’s president.
The lawmakers accused the president of over-intervention in the management of the federal regions, denial of powers to local authorities, abuse of power and signing secret agreements with other countries.
According to the country’s constitution, 92 lawmakers had to sign a motion for it to be submitted to the speaker.
A successful impeachment requires a vote of the two-thirds of the 275-member parliament.