The Dangers Of Rigged Indirect Elections In Somalia

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Although far from being free and fair, Somalia’s indirect elections, in the past two decades, have produced outcomes that were largely acceptable to political stakeholders as well as the majority of the population.

This year, the delaying tactics of those leading the process, their arbitrary selection of the senators, and the self-serving agreements they reached might lead to a contested result and political instability in the country.

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