By: Hadi Ghafari , Date:12/06/2019
BAMYAN (Pajhwok): The remoteness of voter registration centers, wide-spread rigging in the Wolesi Jirga elections and lack of trust over the Independent Election Commission (IEC) are to blame for lack of p... Read More
By: Hadi Ghafari , Date:04/11/2018
BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Following complains and objections regarding alleged fraud and rigging in recent Wolesi Jirga polls, the votes of 32 ballot boxes in central Bamyan province have been reopened by the... Read More
By: Hadi Ghafari , Date:24/10/2018
ECC head for Bamyan Mohammad Hadi Amiri told Pajhwok Afghan News the complaint registration papers had been handed over to the Independent Election Commission regional office by the IECC to their dispatch all pollin... Read More

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In Bamyan, an elderly woman and man voted in 2018 Wolesi Jirga elections.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Local officials on Friday said Taliban insurgents attacked important electoral materials in Shibar district of central Bamyan province, but the materials sustained no damages.
Mohammad Azim Farid, Shibar district chief, told Pajhwok Afghan News that insurgents attacked on important electoral materials in Sangpar area of the district on Friday but they could not inflict damages to the materials.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): As many as 14 electoral offenses registered during campaigning for Saturday’s Wolesi Jirga elections in central Bamyan province, have been addressed, an official said on Wednesday.
Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) head for Bamyan, Mohammad Hadi Amiri, told Pajhwok Afghan News that no female candidate was among the offenders.
He said some of the offenders were banned for three to five days from running their electoral campaign as punishment and others fined.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Civil society activists and the governor of central Bamyan province on Wednesday urged the government and security forces to bring to justice the killers of seven civilians in Zabul province.
Holding a gathering in Bamyan City, the provincial capital, the activists demanded the government take stern action against the perpetrators.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): At least six-month salaries of over 2,750 contract-based teachers in central Bamyan province have not been paid, forcing some of them into manual labour for making ends meet.
More than 145,000 students including 70,000 girls study in 270 schools in Bamyan. They are being taught by 2,850 permanent and 2,750 contract-based teachers, officials say.
According to the Education Department, more than 17,000 students were enrolled in schools this year, including 50 percent girls.

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By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:12/06/2019

Bamyanis seem little interested in upcoming polls

BAMYAN (Pajhwok): The remoteness of voter registration centers, wide-spread ri... Read More

Violations

By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:04/11/2018

32 ballot boxes being inspected, recounted in Bamyan

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Following complains and objections regarding alleged fr... Read More

Provincial Council

پرداخت نشدن معاشات معلمين در باميان سيستم تدريس را متاثر کرده است
By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:16/09/2015

Thousands of Bamya...

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): At least six-month salaries of over 2,750 contract-base... Read More

Parliament

طرفداران وکلا دفتر والى باميان را با سنگ و تخم مرغ هدف قرار دادند
By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:07/07/2015

Bamyan lawmakers end protest against governor

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Protesting lawmakers on Tuesday ended their one month s... Read More

Interviews

First female PC head pledges efficiency
By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:27/11/2014
BAMYAN (Pajhwok): Tayyeba Khawari, first female headed provincial council in c... Read More

Campaign

Bamyan Ulama urge people to participate in polls
By: Bamyan Ulama urge pe... , Date:04/06/2014

Bamyan Ulama urge people to participate in polls

  BAMYAN (Pajhwok): The Ulama council in central Bamyan province called... Read More