Minister of Parliamentary Relations says that Learning the constitution and patriotism result in a progressive nation that achieves its goals.


The Minister of Parliamentary Relations and Constitutional Affairs, Hon. Mohamed Haji Adan, congratulated all the employees who received the training on the Constitution and Patriotism and explained in depth the prominent role that the ministry took in promoting the constitution.

Minister Mohamed said that three thousand, three hundred and seventy-six civil servants have completed the constitutional and patriotism training conducted by the Constitutional and patriotism training center of the Ministry of Parliamentary Relations.
He said that since 2018, the ministry has been engaged in its duty of conveying and teaching the Constitution and its related regulations and the patriotism of the Somaliland community.
“In the regions and districts of the country were held events to teach the society about the constitution and patriotism, which were guided by lawyers and knowledgeable activists.
The ministry also conducted training related to the constitution and patriotism for all the members of the local councils and the elected house of Representatives members.
The Ministry has started from the bottom to teach the Constitution to society so that the next generations will come out with the knowledge of the Constitution and patriotism.
“For three years, the curriculum has been taught about patriotism in primary and secondary schools in the country.
“The importance that the President has given to creating the ministry has led to the participation of the entire nation to learn the constitution and its implementation.
Minister Mohamed, who was talking about the expected result of workers and all those has been trained in the constitution and patriotism said that it will be a progressive nation that achieves its goals.
“Learning the constitution and patriotism will result in a progressive nation that achieves its goals.”
citizens and civil servants will also gain acquaintance with Constitution, and its responsibilities.


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