The lawmaker, who was a staunch supporter of President Farmajo, now appears to be divided over the extension of President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo’s term.
The MPs, who initially had one view on the abolition of the Welfare State, each had their own interests.
One group was the opposition party, which saw Kheyre as the scapegoat for Farmajo, and the other factions, who were seeking the removal of Kheyre.
The other group was non-electoral constituencies that wanted to campaign for a person and a vote.
At the moment, it is clear that when Kheyre left, the two factions split into two factions, who shared Farmajo and Kheyre’s ideas of electing a person and a voice and an indirect one.
However, the split between the two factions is undermining Farmajo’s hopes for another two years.