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Failure to Emulate President Adan Abdulle’s Exemplary Leadership in Post-Civil War Somalia

Somalia's leaders after the civil war were tasked with rebuilding the nation that crumbled in 1991, but progress in establishing a functional democracy remains elusive. Effective public administration is crucial for a successful state. Despite years of international aid, Somalia still relies on external support and private initiatives for progress. The country is plagued by fragility and corruption, hindering its development. It is projected that Somalia will require at least five more years of international assistance…

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