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Somalia Leaders in the northeast proclaimed the formation of the Puntland state in Puntland's leader, Abdullahi Yusuf, publicly announced that he did not plan to break away from the remainder of the country, but the Puntland Administration did not participate in the Djibouti Conference or recognize the TNG that emerged from it. In July Yusuf announced his refusal to abide by the Constitution and step down.
This led to a confrontation with Chief Justice Yusuf Haji Nur, who claimed interim presidential powers pending elections. Yusuf refused to accept the elders' decision, and in December he seized by force the town of Garowe, reportedly with Ethiopian support. Jama fled to Bosasso. Both Yusuf and Jama continued to claim the presidency, and there were continued efforts to resolve the conflict at year's end.
A ban on political parties in Puntland remained in place. In the northwest, the "Republic of Somaliland" continued to proclaim its independence within the borders of former British Somaliland. Somaliland has sought international recognition since without success.
Somaliland's government includes a parliament, a functioning civil court system, executive departments organized as ministries, six regional governors, and municipal authorities in major towns. During the year, 97 percent of voters in a referendum voted for independence for Somaliland and for a political party system. Presidential and parliamentary elections were scheduled to be held in February ; however, President Egal requested and Parliament granted a 1-year extension for the next elections.
After the withdrawal of the last U. In Somaliland more than 60 percent of the budget was allocated to maintaining a militia and police force composed of former troops.