Somaliland : an African struggle for nationhood and by Iqbal D. Jhazbhay ; [foreword by Ali Mazrui].

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Ut rea so vtolence, such destabilisation fade ro matenalise. Th1s was the result of govern t' . d the . 1 d . men s emergency precauuons an KuInuye ea ersh1p's decisi . on not to contest the outcome, though it did present ev1dence of mathemaucaJ miscalculations by the NEC. In the end, tn accordance wtth 1h . , e e 1ectorallaw, the supreme court delivered I he fi I . d na ver ICtm oavour oft he rulin UO . votes after sub . b . 8 UB, mcreasmg its victory margin to 214 mtSSions y all P«rtles and the NEC· .

Somoliland Cenrre for Peace and Devdopment, A Self-Portrait ofSomalilartd: Rebuildtrtg from rhe Ruins, Hargeisa, 1999, 22. >0. rwLS, SoiiUS

Ill the SOUth l future, Intimately intertwuled h h · rerum the region to a pan·Soma • wu I e larger un,o ' ld"tog P3D·African future of greater East Africa. RECONOLIATION I 61 Endnotes Thu pi"O\-trb is a Uibute to the wisdom or elders. It u one o( the lyrics u«<< when the SomaWander row herder entenains his herd while providana water for them h means if the caretaker of such a herd is a wise elder, it can show signs of heat or h - the desire to mate e-ven during the dry season, m sp1te of the lack of water and fodder.

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