Election Day Two: A first hand account of the trials and chaos of second-day voting

The parliamentary election that was finally held after a three and half year delay, was meant to end the extra-constitutionality of the legislature and boost the legitimacy of the state. New anti-fraud measures were put in place to ensure transparent elections, but they were poorly prepared and implemented. Now, after two days of voting, the … Continue reading Election Day Two: A first hand account of the trials and chaos of second-day voting