Clans expected to vote for Somaliland in March election


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Issue 156 - 06 Feb 2009 | 3 minute read
The disputed territories of Sool and eastern Sanag, between the neighbouring breakaway Republic of Somaliland and Republic of Puntland, have so far proved a major obstacle in Somaliland’s quest for independence (AE 146/15, 136/15, 135/24). Both sides lay claim to a territory believed to be resource-rich and two clans, the Dhulbahante and Warsengeli, have said they are not served adequately by either de facto government.

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