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“Elections sole alternative to power transfer”

KABUL: Civil activists on Wednesday said that elections will be the only way to orchestrate a successful transfer of power, suggesting that no alternative could be possibly as effective.

In a seminar on importance of elections, civil activists insisted any alternative to power transfer will be followed by chaos.

Nowadays presidential election is the most impotent issue for Afghan people, because elections will directly impact over political, entomic, social and security aspects across the country, said Head of Peace and Solidarity Association Ahmadullah Nawid.

He said that according to constitution president must select through polling process by people, thus running of election is a must for selecting president.  

Running of election will pave the ground for people to practice democracy and through vote president assigned for next time, he added.

He said that if the election not run, the democracy process will severely marred.

Head of Dawat Islami Afghanistan Abdul Hadi Hedayat said that there is no alternative for selecting next president except election.

He said that voters have the responsibility to take part in polling process in order to select representative of leader, similar the representative or leader after selection have the obligation to address issues people faced.

Islam also insists over democracy, we can learn a better democracy from Islam, but unfortunately in Afghanistan we were witness of bunch of complaints about fraud, he noted.

Pointing to several nominees for presidential election, he said that there should be criteria for candidates and those, who have no enough votes, should not be enlisted.

Deputy Youth of Ministry of Information and Culture Kamal Sadat, while calling running of election very important urged people to take active part in this democratic process.

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