Hassan Kheyre warns of political crisis that the country is likely to face?


President Farmajo and the Somali parliament continue to insist that the country has a electoral law of one person and one vote, and that it is not possible to go back to the time of the by-elections.

While political stakeholders and the opposition in general argue that a one-person, one-vote election cannot take place, a solution must be found.

Such far-fetched political views are dangerous, and in the event that power is enforced by announcing an illegal extension, the situation could get out of hand.

Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections if the four-year term expires.

While the ruling party is also in power, this country has a legal election, and it is not right to go back to elections held when there was no constitutional election law.

Certainly, it is imperative that both sides find a solution to save this country. Our country is in danger of erupting into civil war if we do not compromise.

So read the approved election if it does not take place what is the solution?

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