HOLDING PEOPLE’S CONGRESSES IN THE FEDERAL MEMBER STATES FOR GENERAL ELECTIONS 2020/2021 MADE SIMPLE

November 9, 2019


CONCEPT NOTE


The idea is to eliminate the influence of election corruption and clannism in the process in order to
produce truly representative parliament. To do that, People’s Congresses are held simultaneously in each of Federal Member States- each
Congress comprising two thousand delegates from all its constituent regions proportional to the number
of existing members of the local and Federal members of parliaments.


Step One


Congress preparatory committee, whose mandate is to convene the Congress of two
thousand delegates coming from all constituency regions, is formed. This committee’s mandate ends with the
convention of the congress. This committee is formed by the government and local parliament in consultation with
opposition elements, if any, and reputable members of the civil society.


Step Two


The Congress elects the presidium, electoral and conflict resolution committees to manage the congress from thereon.


Step Three


Each constituent region puts forward their unlimited numbers of candidates to compete for the
number of allocated slots in the Federal Parliament. The entire session of the two thousand
delegates elect members of the Federal parliament from the candidates from each region among
high scorers in turn. Minorities and women representation should be taken into consideration.

The parliament so formed elects the new leaders of Somalia for the next mandate


This is not only practical, but also corruption-free. It is also trouble-free. It would be a fair play on a plane field.


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