Demands From President

GHAZNI CITY (PAN): Residents of southern Ghazni province want the Afghan government and the international community to address their pressing problems, including insecurity, joblessness, promotion of quality education, enforcement of women’s rights and sending them abroad for higher studies.
Key demands of Ghazni dwellers included better security in the province and the elimination of unemployment, provincial council member Hamida Gulistani told Pajhwok Afghan News.

People in the central Ghazni province are fed up with unemployment and lawlessness. They're ready to vote, saying the government must take steps to ensure peace and provide jobs to them.
Located some 150 kilometres south of Kabul, Ghazni province consists of 18 districts. The province has 19 seats in the provincial council. Five of them are reserved for women.
A total of 93 candidates are in the field for the 19 seats. Nine of them are women.
Nawa is one of the 18 districts which was captured by Taliban a year ago and is still under their control.