MOGADISHU (SD) – Somalia’s Electoral Dispute Resolution Committee is set to release the disputed Parliamentary seats to the National Consultation Council.
In a released statement, the committee said they will advance 25 disputed seats to the National Consultative Council, as soon as the election is completed.
The 25 disputed seats named by the Conflict Resolution Committee are said to be in violation of the electoral process.
However, the Committee did not disclose who won the 25 seats they submitted to the National Consultative Council and says it will present the total number of seats in dispute at the end of the process.
The 11th parliamentary elections in Somalia are mired with fraud and lack of transparency, and there is no clear indication of way knowing how the violators could correct their mistakes.
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