Demands From President

KHOST CITY (PAN): The residents of southeastern Khost province demanded from Afghan government and international community, the construction of Khost-Gardez highway, Khost International Airport, Khost-Ghulam Khan road, water and power dams.
Security and execution of infrastructure projects were some of the priority demands of the residents, provincial council head, Sayed Karim Khaksar, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
He said the asphalting work on Khost-Gardez highway was launched six years ago, but the project is yet to be completed. 

Security problems and lack of roads top the list of demands from many  people in Khost. They want the next president to solve those key issues.
Located in the southern zone, the province has 12 official districts with another three unofficial districts. The province has nine representatives in the provincial council. Three of them are women and the rest are men.
The below report is based on comments of six residents - including two women, and one Kuchi - from three districts of the  province.
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