President election held today in Afganistan

afghan election 2014

President election is held today in Afghanistan, eight candidates are participate in this election, there are two Ex-foreign ministers Abdullah Abdullah and Zalmai Rassoul participate in this election. Newly elected President Hamid Karzai will replace the 2001 overthrow of the Taliban in the Afghan constitution in power, but he cannot fight elections for the third time.

Afghan Taliban violence and intimidation in the atmosphere millions of Afghans vote in presidential elections today will use. Nearly one million fifteen million Afghan voters to polling stations to cast their ballots began to turn. Chief Election Commissioner Ahmad Yusuf Nuristani formally began polling the votes cast.

afghan election 2014

Polling will continue till four o’clock afternoon. Nearly six thousand polling stations across the country have been established. The Taliban threatened to sabotage the election process in Afghanistan to thwart a major security operation is underway.

This morning on live TV vote in the Election Commission chairman Ahmed Yusuf Nuristani support all Afghans to vote. As a security measure in Kabul on Friday afternoon traffic is not allowed.

Eight Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai who participate, Zalmai Rassoul and Abdullah Abdullah is seen as a major candidate for the other candidates, Sultan Mohammad Daud Khan, Jalal Din, Gul Agha Sherzai and she would direct the trustee included.

Afghanistan’s presidential elections Saturday in anticipation of attacks by the Taliban two million security personnel have been deployed.

 

 

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