Puntland Governor Deni rejects election one man, one vote in Somalia 2021

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The phrase”one man, one vote” traces its roots to 1961 in Somalia. It is a powerful concept.

Bosaso, For Somalia, such an election would have been the first universal suffrage polls in half a century. Somalia’s last universal vote was held in 1969, shortly before the coup that brought military leader Siad Barre to power. Following two decades of civil war and then rule by a transitional government, backed by the United Nations and the African Union. Said Governor Said Abdullahi Deni.

Having one man one vote in Somalia in 2020 is a delusional idea ever that President Farmaajo and his international community buddies came up with. It also shows that how international community are delusional about the perilous situation prevailing in Somalia such as widespread insecurity, fragile institutions and other challenges, antagonist attitude of federal government towards federal states, Governor Said Abdullahi Deni. rejects. Election one man, one vote in Somalia 2020, 2021.

Somali Government didn’t put basic necessary measures in place to guarantee one person, one vote and if people aren’t able to vote Somali Government don’t care because they have their own foot soldiers so called paramilitary forces who’ll make guarantee re-election of President Farmajo again.

Puntland governor said on the other hand was casting doubt on the implementation of this Electoral Act, as he said it did not go through the legal process that involved consulting with regional administrations.