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.

NEILI/BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Provincial council members in central Bamyan and Daikundi provinces say the closure of their offices has a negative impact on good governance.
A month back, the Wolesi Jirga or lower house of parliament, amended the law on provincial councils, barring them from evaluating the performance of local departments.
The lower house’s decision sparked protests by provincial council members in all provinces and they closed their offices.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): A former local commander accused of harassing civilian in the Waris district of central Bamyan province joined the peace process on Thursday, an official said.
Police chief Brig. Gen. Khudayar Qudsi told a news conference in Bamyan Commander Sarhang Wafa had surrendered along with 12 supporters and 15 weapons. “Bamyan residents will now live in peace.”
Provincial peace committee head Mohammad Sadiq Aliyar said people were concerned at a rise in Islamic State activities. Illegal commanders gave IS a chance to enhance their influence, he added.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Judges and prosecutors are not punctual and remain absent for  months in some districts of Bamyan and Maidan Wardak provinces, the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission said on Wednesday.
Roohullah Farogh, AIHRC regional head in Bamyan, told Pajhwok Afghan News the problem was particularly acute in the Shibar district of Bamyan and the Behsud district of Maidan Wardak.

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): The Independent Election Commission (IEC) chief for central Bamyan province on Sunday acknowledged interference from influential people and the absence of a demographic database had paralysed the body ahead of parliamentary polls.
In an exclusive interview with Pajhwok Afghan News, Ali Shah Misbah said the officials concerned should help resolve problems; otherwise the body would be unable to conduct free and fair elections.


All Elections News

By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:30/09/2019

Half of Bamyan voters participate in presidential pol...

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32 ballot boxes being inspected, recounted in Bamyan

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Provincial Council

پرداخت نشدن معاشات معلمين در باميان سيستم تدريس را متاثر کرده است
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Thousands of Bamya...

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By: Hadi Ghaf... , Date:07/07/2015

Bamyan lawmakers end protest against governor

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First female PC head pledges efficiency
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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