The Technical Selection Committee (TSC) Showed Bias and Corruption Behaviors
A Fortune investigation reveals that the Technical Selection Committee (TSC) intentionally manipulated selection members of next Somali Parliamentarians to fall into the hands of the Somali’s current TFG Politician. How the world came to believe just the opposite is a tale of rivalry, bribery, and political bloodlust.
BY: Khatumo State Diaspora from North America, Europe and Pacific
The first priority of this election is that TSC commissioners are ensuring fair parliamentarians screening election, and one of the best ways to do that is to avoid showing favoritism to any candidate. That is exceedingly difficult if TSC commissioners got money from political candidates, even if during primary screening.
Same report says “most of the TSC Commissioners got funds to some TFG candidates during current parliamentarians screening reporting cycle: Some of the current TFG high ranks donated $2,500 to each TSC elements report said”. All of them (TSC) were nominated by current TFG prime minister and his political alliances report is concluded.
One of the TSC commissioners said “he had gained bribery from candidates in the past but never gained enough to be listed on a financial disclosure”. But whether they give in a primary member of parliamentarian’s selection or general phase of an election campaign hardly matters. By no means should a TSC election commissioner be disenfranchised.
“Nobody wants to take away their right to screen the member of Somali’s future parliamentarians”, one of the Somali tribal elder committee said. But if they wind up having to make a decision regarding a contested election, they’ll find themselves in the position of either recusing themselves or having to sidestep the support they’ve shown by getting funds, which would be difficult if not impossible, the Somali elder concluded.
Indeed, that they got donations and future political position nomination during primaries shows that they recognize there could be a problem, no matter how slight. Consequently, they should abstain from giving because the Somali people are loath to do anything about the potential for favoritism on TSC election commissioners.
Ultimately, making sure that Somali presidential candidates receive equal treatment and fair elections is more important than a TSC election commissioner’s ability to get political contributions.
Besides, there’s no other reason to give money to a TSC member who’s going to screen the future member parliamentarians, unless the goal is to buy influence.
There are certain positions that should refrain from displays of the current Somalia’s political election favoritism, including financial donations and bribing, both of which are an implied endorsement. Current TSC Election commissioners are one of them.
Some TSC commissioners argued that as the International community had advised it has been screened-out that more than one war criminal is in the current parliamentarians list from Somali’s tribal elders
The Committee of Somali Tribal voiced out “If international communities seeking justice and accounting for the various international crimes allegedly committed in Somalia then it has to be set-up and deployed to Somalia in an international war crimes tribunal, which would be called the Special International Criminal Court for Somalia (SICS).
By Khatumo Diaspora from N America, Europe and Pacific
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