Abdullah says there were successes and failures by the National Unity Government and that he is involved in both.
The election commission has called on candidates to respect the law during their campaigns.
Interior Minister says proper security measures will be implemented to ensure elections safety.
The election commission’s spokesman says they are ready to receive complaints relevant to campaigns.
Noor says he will never accept a government which comes to power through a rigged election.
Amrullah Saleh says the elections will push the Taliban towards “isolation”.
Presidential candidates said there is a need to remove “uncertainty” around the ongoing peace process.
The study highlights a lack of interest from the international community towards the Afghan elections.
Abdullah says problems in previous elections should not be repeated in the upcoming presidential polls.
The IEC chairperson says the Afghan government will pay $90 million for the elections.
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