List of Members of the Federal Parliament of Somalia

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This is a list of members of the Federal Parliament of Somalia. It covers both Upper House and Lower House (House of the People) members in the national bicameral legislature, based in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. First published on 17 August 2012 by the Office of the Somali Parliament, the listed Members of Parliament (MPs) are scheduled to serve from 2012 to 2016.[1]

List of Members of the Federal Parliament[edit]

Upper House[edit]

Formation of the upper house is pending, and is capped at 54 representatives.[2]

House of the People[edit]

The House of the People, or Lower House, is eventually expected to comprise 275 MPs.[2] As of 16 February 2015, the official list of House of the People MPs is as follows:[3][4]

  • Abdalla Boss Ahmed
  • Abdalla Haji Ali Ahmed
  • Abdi Ahmed Duhulow
  • Abdi Ali Hassan
  • Abdi Gafar Mohamed Omaar
  • Abdi Hashi Abdullahi
  • Abdi Moalim Aden
  • Abdi Mohamed Abtidon
  • Abdi Mohamed Ali
  • AbdiAziz Abdullahi Mohamed
  • AbdiAziz Izak Mursal
  • AbdiAziz Sheikh Yusuf
  • Abdibare Yusuf Jabril
  • Abdifatah Nor Matan
  • Abdihakim Ige Guled
  • Abdikafi Moalim Hassan
  • Abdiladif Muse Nor
  • Abdinasir Garane Mohamed
  • Abdinasir Mohamed Abdulle
  • Abdinasir Mohamed Ali
  • Abdirahaman Abdi Osman
  • Abdirahim Abdi Abikar
  • Abdirahman Adan Ibrahim (Ibbi)
  • Abdirahman Ahmed Suge
  • Abdirahman Hosh Jibril
  • Abdirahman Ibrahim Ali (Shirar)
  • Abdirahman Kulmiye Hersi
  • Abdirahman Mohamud Ataye
  • Abdirashid Haji Deerow
  • Abdirashid Mohamed Hidig
  • Abdirizak Osman Hassan
  • Abdisamad Mohamud Hassan
  • Abdisatar Sheikh Abdisalam Sheikh Hassan Barsane
  • Abdiwahaab Ugas Hussein Ugas Khalif
  • Abdiwahid Abdulahi Jama
  • Abdiwali Mohamed Ibrahim Habsade
  • Abdiweli Ibrahim Sheikh Mudey
  • Abdiweli Mohamed Qanyare Afrah
  • Abdulahi Abdi Garun
  • Abdulahi Abyan Nur
  • Abdulahi Ahmed Husein
  • Abdulahi Ali Ahmed
  • Abdulahi Bile Nur
  • Abdulahi Godah Bare
  • Abdulahi Haji Dayib
  • Abdulahi Hassan Roble
  • Abdulahi Hussein Ali (Abdalla)
  • Abdulahi Jama Hussein
  • Abdulkadir Abdi Hashi
  • Abdulkadir Aden Nur
  • Abdulkadir Ali Omar
  • Abdulkadir Moalim Nur
  • Abdulkadir Mohamed Adan
  • Abdulkadir Osoble Ali
  • Abdulkadir Sharif Hassan Sheik Adan
  • Abdulkadir Sheikh Ali Ibrahim
  • Abdulkadir Sheikh Hanafi
  • Abdullahi Mohamed Hersi
  • Abdullahi Mohamed Isse
  • Abdullahi Olad Roble
  • Abdullahi Omar Abshir
  • Abdullahi Osman Du'ale
  • Abdullahi Qayad Bare
  • Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail
  • Abdullahi Yusuf Ali
  • Abdullahi Yusuf Hassan
  • Aden Ibrahim Dhayow
  • Aden Mohamed Nor (Saransor)
  • Aden Sadik Mohamed
  • Adil Shegow Sagar
  • Ahmed Abi Aden
  • Ahmed Aden Abdirahman
  • Ahmed Aden Ahmed
  • Ahmed Dhimbil Roble
  • Ahmed Du'ale Gelle (Haf)
  • Ahmed Haji Mohamed (Taaw)
  • Ahmed Hussein Hassan
  • Ahmed Ismail Mohamed
  • Ahmed Mayow Abdulle
  • Ahmed Osman Ibrahim
  • Ali Aden Hussein
  • Ali Ahmed Mohamed
  • Ali Hassan Guyow
  • Ali Nur Hussein Ali
  • Ali Sheikh Mohamed Nor
  • Ali Yusuf Osman
  • Amina Omar Jama
  • Asad Mohamed Yusuf
  • Asha Haji Elmi
  • Asha-Kos Mohamud Omar
  • Awais Abdullahi Ibrahim
  • Barre Ugas Gedi Dhabar
  • Bashir Adow Alasow
  • Bibi Khalif Mohamed
  • Bishar Ugas Ibrahim
  • Bisharo Abdi Dirie
  • Botan Isse Alin
  • Bur’i Mohamed Hamza
  • Dahir Amin Jesow
  • Dahir Hassan Abdi
  • Daud Abdikarim Sheikh Omar
  • Faduma Odawa Rage
  • Farah Sh. Abdulkadir Mohamed
  • Fatima Hassan Ali
  • Fatima Nor Mohamed
  • Faysal Omar Gulled
  • Fowsiya Mohamed Sheikh
  • Habiba Mohamed Keir
  • Halima Hassan Omar
  • Hamza Sheikh Hussein
  • Hassan Abshir Farah
  • Hassan Ibrahim Mohamed
  • Hassan Moalim Hussein
  • Hassan Moalim Mohamed
  • Hassan Moalim Mohamud
  • Hassan Mohamud Ali
  • Hassan Osman Hussein (Qoryoley)
  • Hersi Aden Roble
  • His Hassan Aden
  • His Muse Awal Ali
  • Hussein Abdisalam Mohamed
  • Hussein Arab Isse
  • Hussein Mohamed Muse
  • Hussein Mohamud Sheikh Hussein
  • Hussein Osman Hussein
  • Hussein Warsame Samatar
  • Ibrahim Ali Omar
  • Ibrahim Hussein Ali Salah
  • Ibrahim Isak Yarow
  • Ibrahim Salah Daifulah
  • Ibrahim Sulaiman Haji Nor
  • Isak Mohamed Ali (Rino)
  • Isak Mohamed Mohamud
  • Isgowe Derow Isak
  • Ismail Hassan Jama
  • Issa Mohamed Ahmed (Gurase)
  • Isse Wehliye Malin
  • Jailani Nor Ikar Sheikh Sufi
  • Jama Ahmed Mohamed (Jama Oday)
  • Jama Ahmed Mohamud
  • Jamal Hassan Isma'il
  • Jawahir Ahmed Elmi
  • Khadar Bihi Alin
  • Khadijo Mohamed Diriye
  • Khalid Omar Ali
  • Khalif Mohamed Haji Hassan
  • Khalif Sheikh Abdullahi Dere
  • Lul Abdi Aden
  • Mahad Abdalle Awad
  • Mahad Mohamed Duale
  • Mahad Mohamed Salad
  • Mahdi Ali Osman
  • Mariam Arif Kasim
  • Mariam Moalim Isak
  • Maryan Aweis Jama
  • Mayow Mustaf Hassan
  • Moalim Ali Adan
  • Mohamed Abdi Ali
  • Mohamed Abdi Hayir (Mareye)
  • Mohamed Abdi Mohamed (Gandi)
  • Mohamed Abdi Yusuf
  • Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan
  • Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan (Fadhayo)
  • Mohamed Abdullahi Kamil
  • Mohamed Abdulle Farah
  • Mohamed Abukar Islow
  • Mohamed Ahmed Gurhan
  • Mohamed Ahmed Keynan
  • Mohamed Ahmed Kulan
  • Mohamed Ali Haga
  • Mohamed Ali Hussein
  • Mohamed Amin Hassan Abdullahi
  • Mohamed Duale Muse
  • Mohamed Hassan Adan
  • Mohamed Hassan Ibrahim (Qono)
  • Mohamed Hussein Isak (Afarale)
  • Mohamed Hussein Nor (Hagafe)
  • Mohamed Idle Gedi
  • Mohamed Isak Osman (Fanah)
  • Mohamed Ismail Shuriye
  • Mohamed Kerow Mohamed Yusuf
  • Mohamed Mohamud Haid
  • Mohamed Mohamud Ibrahim
  • Mohamed Mursal Borow
  • Mohamed Nureni Bakar
  • Mohamed Omar Aymoy
  • Mohamed Omar Dalha
  • Mohamed Omar Mohamud
  • Mohamed Rashid Mohamed
  • Muktar Moalim Hassan
  • Qasim Mohamed Jama
  • Saed Mohamed Mohamud
  • Ubah Tahlil Warsame
  • Yusuf Mohamed Ali

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Office of the Somali Parliament". Office of the Somali Parliament. Retrieved 24 August 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Somalia swears in historic new parliament". Al Jazeera. 20 August 2012. Retrieved 21 August 2012. 
  3. ^ "Members". Federal Parliament of Somalia. Retrieved 16 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "Performance Report on Parliament’s Fifth Session". Goobjoog. 14 February 2015. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 

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