The Parliament of Somalia has voted against Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire through a vote of no confidence.
His ouster has been solemnly been blamed on how he handled matters of security in the country ahead of elections.
Other allegations leveled against the Prime Minister include failure to decide on Mogadishu status, failure to organize a referendum on the constitution and failure to implement political parties.
The Speaker of the Parliament confirmed the historic 170-8 vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister as he called on the President to make new appoitment.
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President Mohamed Abdullahi, Prime Minister Khaire and other top leaders have been in discussion on whether to the election on February next year.
Speaking after the vote, President Mohamed Abdullahi noted the request of the Lawmakers and promised to elect a new one.