That’s the new word in the Dictionary. It simply means deploying every apparatus of state – military, police, the secret service and the electoral commission – to manipulate an election.
It is a word for an “anything goes” election where the figures of the agents of the ruling party and the opposition may not be in sync with the declared results.
In buharigging, the winning votes can be larger than the number of registered voters.
You can use the word in sentences like:
1. We shall use buharigging in the coming election.
2. He is a master buharigger.
3. Our party will buharig you out of existence.
There are many more examples, but I have to stop here for now. I know that my uncountable friends and more uncountable enemies will start making great use of the word from today.
I am having a great laugh over beer while writing my book on the new word in the Dictionary: Buharigging!
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