Africa: Coronavirus – Countries ‘Arbitrarily’ Postponing Elections – Jonathan, Madeleine Albright, Other Leaders [Video]

Africa: Coronavirus – Countries ‘Arbitrarily’ Postponing Elections – Jonathan, Madeleine Albright, Other Leaders [Video]

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Some global leaders, including former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, have alerted the world that democracy was at risk globally because of the novel coronavirus.

The leaders, 27 of them, said in an open letter that some countries were using health emergency laws to arbitrarily postpone elections.

They said such countries abandoned "appropriate political channels as stipulated by their constitutions and international standards" and did not have a "consensual process for fixing a new date" for elections.

The letter was written under the auspices of the Kofi Anan Foundation and it is titled "Democracy must not become the silent victim of the coronavirus pandemic".

Madeleine Albright, a former U.S Secretary of State and the Chair of the National Democratic Institute; Mo Ibrahim, a Sudanese-British billionaire businessman and the founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation; Toomas Ilves, former President of Estonia; and Michael Moller, former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, are among those who signed the letter.

"While governments everywhere …

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