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Somalia Green Party

Somalia Green Party
Headquarters Mogadishu, Jilib
Ideology Green politics
Website
www.africagreenparty.20m.com

The Somalia Green Party (SGP) is the local green party of Somalia. It has an environmentalist focus. The SGP is a member of the Horn of African Greens in the Federation of Green Parties of Africa, which includes the national green parties in the other Horn of Africa states of Djibouti, Eritrea and Ethiopia. The association has its headquarters in Mogadishu and Jilib in southern Somalia. Plans are also in the works to open up new SGP branches in the autonomous northern Puntland and Somaliland regions, as well as the southernmost Kismayo area. Additionally, the party has its international and communications office in Ottawa, Canada.

References

  • www.africagreenparty.20m.com

External links

  • www.africagreenparty.20m.com
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