KABUL (Pajhwok): Eleven percent changes have been seen in the final lists of winning Wolesi Jirga candidates compared to the initial lists and these changes are made in 35 constituencies in 14 provinces.
Wolesi Jirga elections were held on October 20 and 21 across the country, barring Ghazni and Kandahar provinces. The elections in Kandahar were held a week later.
Elections on 11 seats in Ghazni will be conducted on September 28. Final results of the polls from other provinces have been announced earlier. The Kabul results were unveiled late Tuesday.
Kabul, Logar, Nangarhar, Paktia, Paktika, Kunar, Nuristan, Sar-i-Pul, Uruzgan, Kandahar, Faryab, Helmand, Farah and Herat were the provinces where changes had been made to the initial lists of winning candidates.
From Kabul, Ahmad Zia Azimi Shinozada, Ajmal Gulab, Farhad Sidiqi and Salema Nekbeen have been dropped from the final list after being declared winners in the initial list and were replaced by Erfanullah Erfan, Abdul Raziq Istalifi, Mohammad Naeem Wardak and Parveen Durrani.
From Logar, Mohammad Ismail Seddiqui and Wafiullah Iftikhar have been dropped in the final list while they had been announced winners in the initial list and replaced by Mohammad Khalid Momand and Shahpoor Hussianzai.
In Nangarhar, Abdul Nasir Momand, Lal Mohammad Durrani and Dewa Niazai have been dropped from the final list while declared winners in the initial list and Malik Qais, Noor Agha Malikzai,  NiazWali Muslim and Anesa Omrani replaced them.
From Paktika, Mohammad Dauad Katawazai and Hela Mujtaba who have been dropped from the final list are replaced by Khalid Asad and Soraya Akbari.
In Paktia, Mohammad Ayub Mangal has been dropped from the final list and is replaced by Nasib Maqbul.
In Kunar, Shahzadah Shahid is replaced by Zia-u-Raman Kashmir in the final list of winning candidates.
Nuristan has two seats in the Wolesi Jirga and Obaidullah Nursitani who had been announced winner in the initial list was replaced by Ismail Atikan in the final list.
From Sar-i-Pul, Asadullah Ayubi, dropped from the final list after being declared winner in the initial list is replaced by Hayatullah Alami.
In Uruzgan, Anosha Barekzai has been dropped from the final list and is replaced by Gulali Mohammadi.
From Kandahar, Mohammad Omar Shirzad and Arzo Safi have been dropped from the final list and replaced by Khalil Ahmad Mujahid and Parween Nama.
In Faryab, Mohammad Anwar Bashaliq has been dropped from the final list and Mohammad Shakir Karimi has replaced him.
In Helmand, Mirwais Pupal and Habiba Sadat who had been declared winners  in the initial list have been replaced by Sheer Mohammad Akhunzadah and Shogofa Noorzai in the final list.
From Herat, Naqibullah Arween, Nisar Ahmad Faizi Goryani and Sheerin Shabi have been dropped from the final list and are replaced by Qazi Nazir Ahmad Hanafi, Sayed Taha Sadiq and Shanhaz Ghosi.
pk/ma

 

Add new comment

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

Download “Pajhwok” mobile App, to read and access latest news, features, interviews, videos and photos about Afghanistan.