Austria accuses Turkey of spying
Somalia–As earlier promised by the Somali leaders. The country will be holding elections towards the start of this year but despite the term ending, the Prime Minister has not taken a call on the date of the elections and is continuing to keep the power.
International partners are also trying to make an impact in Somalia after the leadership continues to delay the elections in the country. The delay is essentially putting a break to all the democratic progress that the country has been put through. The United Nations representatives have been on the forefront to ensure that changes are brought but nothing seems to be finalised as of now.
Unions around the world includininistry spokesman Hami Aksoy blamed Austria for not being able to free itself from populist rhetoric and its historic opposition to Turkey. Ankara expressed shock that Austria should arrive at this conclusion without a serious reflection on these claims. Aksoy urged Austria to stop acting on “artificial agenda with shallow and domestic political calculations” and to act with “discretion and dignity of the state”.