By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:13/10/2019
KABUL (Pajhwok): The transfer of sensitive electoral materials from all 34 provinces to the central office of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) in Kabul is complete and the subsequent tabulation of the ballo... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:13/10/2019
KABUL (Pajhwok): The United Nations on Sunday asked all stakeholders and actors to demonstrate their commitment to completing the presidential election process in a credible manner Election bodies, political p... Read More
By: naheed bashrdost , Date:13/10/2019
KABUL (Pajhwok): Three political parties on Sunday demanded that non-biometric votes cast in the September 28 presidential polls should be counted, but the Independent Election Commission (IEC) rejected their d... Read More

KABUL (PAN): The Ministry of Interior would share a comprehensive poll security plan with the independent Election Commission in a couple of days, an official said on Wednesday.
Ghulam Siddique Siddiqui, the ministry spokesman, told Pajhwok that the security plan would help ensure IEC staffers discharged their responsibility based on that strategy.

KABUL (PAN): Independent Election Commission (IEC) members on Wednesday said there were some legal problems in the newly-enacted law concerning the structure, duties and powers of the two poll panels.
The draft law, having five chapters and 35 articles, was signed by the president on July 7, 2013. Days earlier, the measure was approved by both houses of parliament after lengthy debates.

KABUL (PAN): Independent Election Commission (IEC) officials on Tuesday briefed President Hamid Karzai on the preparations being made in connection with next year’s presidential and provincial council elections.
A statement issued from the Presidential Palace said election officials expressed their concerns about possible interference from foreigners in the commission’s affairs.

KABUL (PAN): The Wolesi Jirga -- lower house of parliament -- sacked Interior Minister Lt. Gen. Mujtaba Patang on Monday when he failed to survive a no-confidence vote.
While bringing the motion, lawmakers accused the minister of committing massive corruption and showing incompetence in dealing with security threats.
The house began voting on whether or not to bring a no-confidence motion against Patang after declaring his explanations as unacceptable.

KABUL (PAN): Up to 120,000 of people have so far received voter registration cards, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) said, voicing concern at women’s nominal participation in the process.
The first phase of the voter registration process was set in motion on May 26 in Kabul and all provincial capitals, covering about four million eligible people.

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