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Even though there is a lot of uncertainty about the coming election for Navajo Nation president, people are beginning to talk about a transition to the new leadership.

Russell Begaye is qualified to run for Navajo Nation president.

No decision today from the Office of Hearings and Appeals regarding Russell Begaye and the complaint filed against him for not being qualified to run for tribal president.

The candidacy of Russell Begaye for president was still up in the air Wednesday after a two-day hearing before the Office of Hearings and Appeals.

Former Council candidate Roland Tso will serve the unexpired term of Johnny Naize, who resigned in Sept. before pleading guilty to bribery.

The bill that would have over rode Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly’s veto did not pass by a vote of 13-5 on Thursday evening during a special session at the Navajo Nation Council.

Today is going to be another big day in the ongoing saga of the 2014 Navajo Nation elections.

While the special prosecutors are still hoping to reach settlements with the few remaining former officials accused of misusing discretionary funds, the Window Rock District Court has set court dates.

The divisiveness over the Navajo Nation Supreme Court’s Oct. 31 oral contempt ruling compelled the court to go to great lengths — 12 pages, to be exact — to explain its decision in its written order, made public Wednesday evening.

Dozens of voting members of the community on Wednesday evening called for a removal of Council delegate Joshua Lavar Butler from office.