The National consultative forum that brought together Federal government leaders and heads of regional States has successfully concluded its deliberations in Mogadishu.
The communique issued states that the leaders would appoint committee which will fate of Mogadishu.
Discussions over other matters, including replacement of deceased traditional leaders who took part in the selection of the current parliament in 2012, are said to have consumed most of the time.
Discussion on this issue was not concluded and the same has been carried forward to the next meeting.
However, the country’s top political leaders agreed on many other issues including holding the next session in Baidoa on June 25. Ethiopian forces will provide enough security for the meeting.
The full schedule and timing of the elections are set to be officially announced at the next meeting.