By: Hadi Ghafari , Date:30/09/2019
BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): About 84,000 people or half of the total registered voters in central Bamyan province exercised their right to enfranchise in the September 28 presidential election, an official said on Monday... Read More
By: Hadi Ghafari , Date:29/08/2019
BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Awareness program regarding biometric voting for illiterate womenhas been launched in central Bamyan province for the September 28 presidential election, an official said on Thursday. Aq... Read More
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

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

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Hundreds of residents in central Bamyan province on Saturday took to the street against the killing of 24 Afghan Local Police (ALP) members by rebels and criticized the government for what they alleged demonstrating negligence.
At least 30 militants and 25 ALP have been killed and 18 other rebels wounded in Kabul-Bamyan Highway and clashes in central Maidan Wardak province on Friday.
The ALP forces also lost control of 12 security posts. However, security officials said Afghan forces regained control of all 12 posts in Jalrez district

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Taher Zahir, the newly-appointed governor for central Bamyan province was introduced on Wednesday amid protest by some lawmakers and people.
Zahir was appointed as governor by the Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) last month, but he delayed resuming work due to opposition by some lawmakers against his appointment.
Bamyan lawmakers, including Mohammad Akbari, Safura Ilkhani and Sayed Fakoor along with their supporters staged protest demonstration as Taher Zahir arrived in Bamyan City, the provincial capital.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): The Bamyan provincial council head says the government’s continued reliance on acting officials has affected development projects in the impoverished central province.
Tayeba Khawari, the only female provincial council chief, told Pajhwok Afghan News government affairs were disorganised and the cabinet still incomplete, as Bamyan had been without a governor
She said there was a vacuum on the governance front in the province, where development projects had been stymied by a constant reduction in fundingby donors.


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