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Political Parties and Elections in the Unified Doors of Africa.


The Unified Doors is a Federal Republic and operates on a Nonpartisan Representative Democracy. Per Ma'at, political parties are legally prevented from participating in elections at the federal level of government. During elections like the office of KXORM, each candidate is eligible based on their own merits rather than as a member of a political party. Generally, the winner is chosen from a runoff election three-round system whereby the five top candidates (top five vote-getters) from the first round continue to the second round, and the two leading candidates from the second round continue to the third round where one candidate will win.


Elections are indirect and 2-tier, whereby Door electorates vote for representatives who represent the Door at the federal level. Leaders within the Ba are often chosen for seniority and expertise. Despite being nonpartisan, legislators typically have consistent and identifiable voting patterns.


Farins need approval from the Eldernate to run for the office of KXORM. Interested Farins submit a petition to the Eldernate to run for the office of KXORM, which includes a detailed manifesto on how they intend to run the federal government. The Eldernate retains the power to approve or reject petitions, as it votes on each candidate who needs 75% plus votes in the Eldernate to get the approval to run. If a Farin's petition to run for the office of KXORM is rejected, they become ineligible to run, and any subsequent campaigns are considered illegitimate. Farins, whose petitions to run for the office of KXORM are approved, are provided with matching campaign funds by the federal government. After the first round of elections (primaries), the five top candidates proceed to the second round of elections (secondaries). The two leading candidates of the secondary election move to the third and final round of elections (tertiaries). Note! Winners of every level are provided equal additional campaign funds by the federal government. The winner of the tertiary election becomes the KXORM, and the loser is offered the office of Canza, which they can either accept or decline.


Per Ma'at, to promote fairness in KXORM electoral campaigns, candidates are ONLY allowed to use funds provided to them by the federal government, i.e., the peoples' tax Cedi's. This law was incorporated into Ma'at by the Founding Elders to promote fairness and prevent any foreign and or domestic influence (a more stringent emphasis on the foreign) on candidates running for the office of KXORM. So, the sole responsibilities of candidates are always the needs of the people and the nation.

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