Diminishing Influence of Traditional Elders on Peace and Reconciliation in Somaliland

Somaliland tried to combine democracy and traditional governance and this formed the basis of the traditional elders’ confusion to adjust their role in order to maintain their significant leadership position within the community.

Diminishing Influence of Traditional Elders on Peace and Reconciliation in Somaliland
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