Somalia’s Cabinet Ministers approved the Children’s Rights bill on Thursday during their weekly meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Hamza Abdi Barre.

The bill, submitted by the Ministry of Women and Human Rights, aims to safeguard the rights of Somali children and protect them from any violations against their rights.

During the meeting, the ministers received a report concerning the nation’s public security and the ongoing second phase of the operation against Al-Shabaab, presented by the Ministries of Internal Security and Defence.

The ministers have supported the commencement of the second operation phase, which is intended to liberate areas still under Al-Shabaab control in the Galmudug and Hirshabelle regions.

Furthermore, they were presented with reports regarding the Evaluation Committee on the security of Government Facilities, the Internal Revenue Acceleration Plan, and the Monitoring & Evaluation Process of the 9th National Development Plan and Environmental Protection by the Ministries of Finance, Planning, Internal Security, and Environment and Climate Change.

The weekly cabinet ministers’ meeting is part of the government’s efforts to deliver nationalized services to the people of Somalia. These gatherings provide a platform for cabinet ministers to evaluate, prioritize, and approve additional bills in accordance with governing principles.

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