Somali Parliament postpones motion of no confidence against Jubaland administration

Somali national assembly has postponed motion of no confidence against the interim regional state of Jubaland administration parliament.

The cancellation of the motion was resulted by lack of enough number of members of parliament in the house to decide on the motion.
Some members of Somali national assembly from Jubaland have earlier submitted the motion in the house against recently  established regional parliament saying it was not transparent.
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Ethiopian and Kenyan foreign ministers attended Jubaland parliament inauguration earlier this month in the port city of Kismayo.
Somali National Army and Kenyan troops pushed Al Shabaab out of Kismayo on November 2011.