Overview of Bosaso.
|Location in Somalia.
Location in Somalia.
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Most of the inhabitants of the Bari region belong to the Somali ethnic group; in particular the Majeerteen, Dashiishe and Warsangeli branches of the Harti Darod, the Leelkase Darod, and the Madhiban.
- Alula District
- Bandarbayla District
- Bosaso District
- Iskushuban District
- Qandala District
- Qardho District
In 1998, Bari became a part of Puntland, an autonomous region in northeastern Somalia. In the Transitional Constitution of the Puntland Regional Government of 2001, Puntland's territory is defined in terms of Somalia's official regions, Bari being one of them.
In the years thereafter, Puntland changed its internal administrative division, and the Bari region was split in two: the southern half, roughly coinciding with the Qardho and Bandarbayla Districts, became the new region of Karkaar (also spelled as Karkar). It was subdivided into five new districts: Qardho, Bandarbayla, Waciya, Rako and Hafun. The northern half continued to be known as Bari and was split into seven districts: four of them keeping their original names (Bosaso, Iskushuban, Qandala and Alula), as well as three new ones: Carmo, Ufayn and Bargal.
Radio Galkacyo reported on 19 April 2011 that a new administration, called Raas Asayr, had been declared in parts of Bari Region. Farah Mahmud Yusuf was reported to have been elected as its president. Later, Barre Fatah Said there were possibilities of starting negotiation between Puntland Government and the founders of Raas Assayr state. The leaders of this prospective polity retracted their claims a few months later in June 2012, indicating that they now supported Puntland and were satisfied with the Puntland authorities' new development projects in the region.
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- See Article 3.1. (Territory, Borders and Its Inviolability and Sacredness) of the Transitional Constitution of the Puntland Regional Government at: http://www.puntlandgovt.com/puntland-constitution/
- List of Primary Schools in Puntland, see website of Puntland's Ministry of Education at: http://www.moepuntland.com/primary/
- Radio Galkacyo website, Puntland, 19/4/2011, via ARB-PSC, April 1-31, 2011, p.18811A.
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- Garoowe: Gobal & Degmooyin cusub oo maalmahan si rasmi ah ugu soo biiraaya Gobalada & Degmooyinka Puntland