Hassan Abshir Farah

Hassan Abshir Farah (Xasan Xaraami, حسن ابشير فرح) (born June 20, 1945) is a veteran Somali politician.wikipedia
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Egyptian Military Academy

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He spent the next two years at the Egyptian Military Academy in Cairo, Egypt.

National Security Service (Somalia)

National Security ServiceNSSNational Security Agency
During this period, he worked with the National Security Service to have many opponents to the government arrested.

Somali National University

Somalia National UniversityLafole UniversitySarinley Moalim Sarmaale
Between 1980 and 1986, Hassan also studied at the Somali National University, where he obtained a degree in Law.

List of prime ministers of Somalia

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From November 12, 2001 to December 8, 2003, he was also prime minister of Somalia. Farah was prime minister in the Transitional National Government (TNG) of Somalia from November 12, 2001 until December 8, 2003, when then President Abdiqassim Salad Hassan held a session of parliament, which cast a vote of no confidence with regard to the Prime Minister and the Parliamentary Speaker at the time, Abdallah Derow Isaak.

Transitional national government, Republic of Somalia

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Farah was prime minister in the Transitional National Government (TNG) of Somalia from November 12, 2001 until December 8, 2003, when then President Abdiqassim Salad Hassan held a session of parliament, which cast a vote of no confidence with regard to the Prime Minister and the Parliamentary Speaker at the time, Abdallah Derow Isaak.

Abdiqasim Salad

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Farah was prime minister in the Transitional National Government (TNG) of Somalia from November 12, 2001 until December 8, 2003, when then President Abdiqassim Salad Hassan held a session of parliament, which cast a vote of no confidence with regard to the Prime Minister and the Parliamentary Speaker at the time, Abdallah Derow Isaak.
Prime Minister Hassan Abshir Farah accused him of trying to make the negotiations fail to extend his time in office.

Muhammad Abdi Yusuf

Mohamed Abdi Yusuf
Yusuf was appointed Prime Minister on December 8, 2003 by then President of Somalia, Abdiqasim Salad Hassan, to replace Hassan Abshir Farah.

Somalis

SomaliSomali peopleSomali clan
Hassan Abshir Farah (Xasan Xaraami, حسن ابشير فرح) (born June 20, 1945) is a veteran Somali politician.

Mogadishu

Mogadishu, SomaliaMogadiscioMuqdisho
He previously served as mayor of Mogadishu and interior minister of Puntland.

Interior minister

Minister of the InteriorInterior MinistryMinistry of Internal Affairs
He previously served as mayor of Mogadishu and interior minister of Puntland.

Puntland

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He previously served as mayor of Mogadishu and interior minister of Puntland. In December 1999, acting as the Interior Minister of the autonomous northeastern Puntland region and serving under then-President of Puntland, Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, Farah ordered the eviction of three NGO workers, citing "unsatisfactory services" as reasons for their dismissal: Eddie Johns of United Nations Development Programme UNDP) and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Remmelt Hummeyn of UNDP and Said Al-Naimari of UNICEF.

Federal Parliament of Somalia

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Farah is an MP in the Federal Parliament of Somalia.

Italian Somaliland

Italian SomaliaSomaliaSomaliland
Farah was born in 1945 in the former Italian Somaliland.

Majeerteen

MajerteenIsmaan SultanateMajeerteen Sultanate
He hails from Majeerteen subclan of Darod.

Darod

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He hails from Majeerteen subclan of Darod.

Cairo

Cairo, EgyptCaireneAbbaseya
He spent the next two years at the Egyptian Military Academy in Cairo, Egypt.

Military junta

juntamilitary governmentMilitary governments
Farah's political career began in 1969, when he was a junior member of the military junta that took control of Somalia in 1969 under Siad Barre.

Siad Barre

Mohamed Siad BarreMuhammad Siad BarreBarre
Farah's political career began in 1969, when he was a junior member of the military junta that took control of Somalia in 1969 under Siad Barre. While governor, he opposed the rising force of the Somali Salvation Democratic Front (SSDF), which resisted Siad Barre's rule.

Middle Shabelle

Middle ShebelleShabeellaha DhexeMiddle Shabele
He also served as governor of Shabeellaha Dhexe and Bakool, and as the Somali ambassador to Japan and Germany.

Bakool

Bakool RegionBakool Region, Somalia
He also served as governor of Shabeellaha Dhexe and Bakool, and as the Somali ambassador to Japan and Germany.

Somali Salvation Democratic Front

SSDFDemocratic Front for Salvation of SomaliaSomali Salvation Democratic Front (SSDF)
While governor, he opposed the rising force of the Somali Salvation Democratic Front (SSDF), which resisted Siad Barre's rule.

Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed

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In December 1999, acting as the Interior Minister of the autonomous northeastern Puntland region and serving under then-President of Puntland, Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, Farah ordered the eviction of three NGO workers, citing "unsatisfactory services" as reasons for their dismissal: Eddie Johns of United Nations Development Programme UNDP) and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Remmelt Hummeyn of UNDP and Said Al-Naimari of UNICEF.

United Nations Development Programme

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In December 1999, acting as the Interior Minister of the autonomous northeastern Puntland region and serving under then-President of Puntland, Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, Farah ordered the eviction of three NGO workers, citing "unsatisfactory services" as reasons for their dismissal: Eddie Johns of United Nations Development Programme UNDP) and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Remmelt Hummeyn of UNDP and Said Al-Naimari of UNICEF.

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

UNCTADUN Conference on Trade and DevelopmentUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
In December 1999, acting as the Interior Minister of the autonomous northeastern Puntland region and serving under then-President of Puntland, Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, Farah ordered the eviction of three NGO workers, citing "unsatisfactory services" as reasons for their dismissal: Eddie Johns of United Nations Development Programme UNDP) and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Remmelt Hummeyn of UNDP and Said Al-Naimari of UNICEF.