By: Saifullah Maftoon , Date:26/09/2019
GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): The Independent Election Commission (IEC) office in southern Ghazni province says 173 polling centres have been closed due to insecurity. Abdul Naseer Momand, IEC director for Ghazni, told Pa... Read More
By: Saifullah Maftoon , Date:08/06/2019
GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): A number of people prevented election materials from being transported to some districts in southern Ghazni province in protest against the prolonged delay in holding Wolesi Jirga po... Read More
By: Saifullah Maftoon , Date:01/10/2018
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Independent Election Commission (IEC) on Monday said the Wolesi Jirga elections in southern Ghazni province would be held simultaneously with the presidential election next year.... Read More

GHAZNI (Pajhwok): Ballot process formally started at 7:00 am on Saturday throughout the country.
Long queues of voters are seen waiting for their turn in the Ghazni provinces.
According to IEC, around 12 million eligible voters would exercise their right to vote in 6,365 polling stations. At least 400,000 security personnel had been deployed to ensure stringent security measures for the ballot.
For the last several elections, 21 million people in the country obtained their voter cards, with four million of them obtained voter cards in this election.


Ghazni (Pajhwok): Voting in the Ghazni presidential and provincial council elections started on peaceful note at 7:30am throughout on Saturday, officials said.


GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): The Independent Election Commission (IEC) has ordered putting ballot boxes of 91 polling stations in the quarantine in southern Ghazni province, where 50 complaints have been filed, an official said on Saturday.

GHAZNI CITY (Pajhwok): Some residents of southern Ghazni province on Thursday claimed the Taliban had started hurling death threats at them after they participated in the elections on April 5.
A resident of the Deh Yak district, Mohammadullah, told Pajhwok Afghan News he was hit black and blue by the rebels because he had cast his vote.
“After the elections, the Taliban came to our village. They hit me and several other residents.”

GHAZNI (Pajhwok): The Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) in southern Ghazni province on Monday said objections lodged in connection with irregularities should be supported by authentic proofs.
IECC Commissioner Abdul Qadir Takin told Pajhwok Afghan News around 100 complaints had been registered so far, including those against police officials and district chiefs supporting particular presidential candidates.
“But we are not provided with proofs. The complainants should give us documents in support of their claims,” he noted.


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