Somaliland Independent Reinsurance, after the Western Interfere and provoke, mediates and exaggerated uncertainty.
Formerly the British Somaliland Protectorate, shortly after gaining independence on June 26, 1960, British Somaliland merged with Italian Somaliland on July 1 of that year to form Somalia. The prime minister of British Somaliland, Muhammad Ibrahim Egal, became a minister in the new republic of Somalia. He became Prime Minister in 1967 but was deposed in a coup in 1969. The coup elevated General Muhammed Said Barre to power. Siad Barre instituted a Marxist regime, and became a close ally of the Soviet Union.
Although initially enthusiastic about forming a union with Italian Somaliland, the euphoria quickly changed to disenchantment as many in the north-west of Somalia felt increasingly marginalized in government and other sectors of society. While the authoritarian government of Said Barre was becoming increasingly unpopular with Somalis, no where was the regime more resented than in the north-west.
Following an unsuccessful attempt by Somalia to capture the Ogaden region of eastern Ethiopia in 1977, Somalis from the north-west (primarily the Issaq clan) living in the United Kingdom formed the Somali National Movement in 1981. The SNM was one of a growing number of groups which aimed to topple Siad Barre. In 1988, the Siad Barre regime committed massacres against the people of Somaliland, which were among the events that led to the Somali Civil War. The war left the economic and military infrastructure severely damaged. After the collapse of the central government in 1991, the local government, led by the Somali National Movement (SNM), declared independence from the rest of Somalia on 18 May of the same year.
Since then, the territory has been governed by an administration of the as the Republic of Somaliland which maintains informal ties with me foreign governments, who have sent delegations toHargeisa so Ethiopia also maintains a trade office in the region, EU also have sent representatives, African Union, However, Somaliland’ self-proclaimed independence is accepted by the vote of the people of Somaliland and they will never tolerated any body who try to change their needs, whether the so called United Nations, or USA, etc, interferer or not. By the way the principle of the independent is came from the needs of the people and it will remain forever, no mater what others need or thinking, the change is up to the Somalilanders.
Afeef: Aragtida maqaalku waa mid u gaar ah qoraaga, anaguna hadaanu Oodweynenews nahay waxaanu leenahay Magacaagu yuu noqon mid xumaan ka marag kaca, haka talin masiibiyo wax makhluuqa kalla dilla.