State and federal authorities have a shared interest in ensuring a clean vote
They should cooperate toward that end
The Somali federal member state of Galmudug has experienced recurrent strife during its eight-year existence.
The causes are elite infighting, clan rivalries and battles with non-state armed groups.
Interference from Mogadishu often worsens matters.
Though Galmudug is quiet at present, elections likely coming in 2024 could increase tensions.
Why does it matter?
The success of…