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For weeks media coverage has been dominated by reports of fraudulent voter registration and accusations of interference by powerful regional and local strongmen Instead of debating policy most energy has been devoted to wrangling over issues like a new biometric voter verification system which political parties have insisted be introduced at the last minute The last of 22000 handheld biometric verification devices only arrived in Kabul late last month and will be sent out to the provinces in the coming days but no one is sure the $20 million system can be set up by voting day TWO GENERATIONS Samiullah Mahdi a prominent television journalist running for parliament admits the process is "not much trusted" But he sees the race as a chance to replace a discredited political class of power brokers and local bosses many who have grown rich on contracts linked to the war "Sometimes I feel it`s a struggle between two generations" he said "They have the money the power the guns and the political power but they think mainly about past glories and past grievances" "If we have fair elections people will be able to vote for a new generation that thinks of the future" Under the constitution parliament reviews and ratifies laws but has little effective power and has become a byword for the rampant abuse that has put Afghanistan near the bottom of Transparency International`s world corruption index According to a United Nations report from May "Afghanistan`s legislature is part of the corruption problem and has for the most part avoided trying to be part of the solution" Thieving parliamentarians are stock joke figures for social media commentators and television comedians "People are fed up they want change" Mahdi said "Some think `Why do we need parliament` but that`s because we`ve had bad members of parliament" Thirty five candidates of the 2500 have been barred from standing by the IEC because of suspected links to armed groups or involvement in cases of murder extortion or rape Many more who face similar accusations remain on the list Nobody is expecting the election to be free of fraud or violence but if the vote does not take place before Afghanistan`s harsh winter weather sets in a nationwide ballot will be impossible until next year Persistent rumours in Kabul suggest that if the biometric system cannot be set up in time a delay may be necessary Foreign donors fear that if that happens the credibility of Afghanistan`s fledgling democratic institutions may be fatally undermined "Even though there will be limitations it is better than a new postponement of the elections so they must happen on that particular day" the EU`s Mayaudon saidThailands political crisis deepened further Tuesday as efforts to find a compromise between government supporters and opponents foundered in the nations Senate The upper house met Monday to discuss options after Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and nine of her cabinet members were removed from office last week by the nations Constitutional Court The Senate is the only legislative chamber still functioning after the House of Representatives was dissolved in December ahead of now annulled elections Antigovernment protesters known as the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) are demanding the Senate replaces the current caretaker cabinet with an appointed administration However Jatuporn Prompan a leader of the pro-Yingluck Red Shirt movement told thousands of supporters on the outskirts of the capital Sunday that any such move would "create a serious crisis that could lead to civil war that no one wants to see’" The Red Shirts want the elections originally slated for July 2o to go ahead The PDRC led by demagogic former Democrat Party lawmaker Suthep Thaugsuban are camped out in state buildings adjacent to Government House and have threatened to appoint their own alternative government if the Senate fails to act in its favor Security officials are desperate to avoid any confrontation between the two groups More than 25 people have been killed and hundreds injured during six months of street protests "The problem has accumulated for more than 10 years" said acting Senate Speaker Surachai Liengboonlertchai according to the Nation "We won’t be able to solve the problem within a day We’ll try to do it as quickly as possible in a way that is fairest for the country and for the people" Any escalation in tensions may force the nations powerful military to intervene albeit reluctantly says Ernest Bower Southeast Asia expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC "The military doesnt want to step in at this point" he says "It is saving its powder for the bigger game [But] if chaos takes place the military would step in" On Sunday Thai army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha said he had no plans to take control or launch a coup “We will always be there for the country and people to lean on" he said "but let us be the last resort” Thai society has been irreconcilably divided since Yinglucks brother Thaksin Shinwatra was removed in a military coup in 2006 The billionaire telecoms mogul is adored by the populace in the north and northeast of the country but is loathed by royalists and the urban middle classes of the south who believe that the now ousted Yingluck was little more than her brother’s proxy Protesters want to enact reforms to permanently purge the country of Thaksins influence before Thailands beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej 86 dies His son Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn is believed to be closely aligned with Thaksin "The ouster of Yingluck is only a step on the road to the endgame" says Bower "and there will be more and more of these steps until finally the succession happens and the military decides what they will do and Thais decide what they can live with" Write to Charlie Campbell at charliecampbell@timecom Davis When researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig This is good 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