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Afghanistan delays election results (19.04.2014)
A vote count was expected on Thursday, but the Independent Election Commission said results will now be released on Saturday.
China is quietly preparing for a more robust role in the future of Afghanistan, concerned that the withdrawal of NATO troops will leave a hotbed of militancy on its doorstep.
The Afghan presidential election on Saturday appeared to be substantially cleaner than the widely discredited 2009 election, according to complaint figures released Tuesday by the authorities here.
(T)he spokesperson for the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC), Nadir Mohsini, said that a total of 1,573 complaints were registered in its offices across the country, and the remaining 1,530 complaints were received through telephone calls.
Presidential poll ballots counted (06.04.2014)
Vote counting is well under way in Afghanistan after Saturday's landmark poll to elect a new president. More than seven million Afghans turned out to vote, defying Taliban militant threats to the poll. The election marks the country's first democratic transfer of power.
Security is the cornerstone of the Afghan government’s promise to deliver a free and fair election, and this time around the entire operation rests on the country’s security forces. They are facing a Taliban campaign of violent disruption that has repeatedly struck at Western and government targets.
Afghan elections 'critical for political stability' (02.04.2014)
As Afghanistan prepares for elections, there are fears a spike in violence might derail the electoral process. But UNAMA chief Jan Kubis tells DW the success of the vote is crucial for the country's political transition.