“A message was sent from a specific team to a governor to come up with 350,000 votes.”
ENTIKHABAT 98: IEC Starts Transfer of Biometric Device Data
ENTIKHABAT 98: Election Materials From All 34 Provinces Arrived
ENTIKHABAT 98: Biometrics and Monitoring the Vote Count
IEC said the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission does not have the authority to make decisions regarding IEC activities.
Political parties also said that all those votes at centers that did not use biometric systems need to be discarded.
Abdulbadi Sayyad says polling centers in 22 provinces (253 centers) will be open on Sunday.
The election commission says polling centers will be opened for voters at 7am Kabul time on Saturday.
Independent Human Rights Commission calls on government forces to ensure election security.
Katawazai said a large number of people in Paktia had not been able to vote.
IEC says government has not made a firm decision on Ghazni elections but has just held meetings on it.
IEC says thousands of voters in the province have not yet been able to register due to insecurity.
This comes after an MP claimed that at some voter registration centers in Nangarhar stickers were being pasted on fake ID cards.
Meanwhile officials from Afghanistan’s Central Civil Registration Authority (ACCRA) said that they will take the necessary action…
Election watchdogs said a number of people will not be able to exercise their right to vote in many districts across the country.
Balkh police chief said they will keep polling centers open to help the people vote for their favorite candidates in October elections.
Some Kunduz residents said they will not allow the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission to disqualify their favorite candidate.
Balkh residents reiterated that they want return of the first vice president and freedom of Nizamuddin Qaisari.
Kunduz residents said they call on government to keep all voter registration centers open in the province.
IEC officials say elections will be held in 173 polling centers in Kandahar.
Activists and residents claim neither government nor the IEC are doing anything to solve the Ghazni election process problems.
IEC statistics show that Gereshk district with 4,000 women has the highest number of women who have registered to vote.
IEC officials have said 14 districts in Ghazni face security threats and only three districts are stable in terms of security.
IEC office in Paktika says that more than 65,000 people have registered to vote in the province so far.
Herat women turned out in their thousands to vote on Saturday, IEC officials confirm…
UN chief encouraged by increase in voter registration turnout, says the UN supports the process.