Parliamentary election kicks off amid high security alert
By Farhad Naibkhel-KABUL: Parliamentary election started by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani at 7:00 am today in a polling site in capital Kabul amid high security alert.
President Ghani along with Chief of Election Commission (IEC) and some other officials, while using his right to vote, said that today unbelief changed to believe and doubt to certainty.
He said that based on technical view the most successful management and preparation have been adopted for this process.
Praising the security forces for reinforcement of security for election, he said that over 8 million people were registered and today they will vote to make their future
President Ghani asked all Afghans to act upon their rights and vote today.
He said that we pledges to run the presidential election in cooperation with the IEC on time to the people make their decision for their future.
IEC Chief Abdul Badi Sayad said that today voting process started all over the country to the people make their future.
He said called on all IEC staffs, security organs and officials to keep impartiality and don’t let anyone to do fraud.
He asked the IEC staffs to inform the IEC central office if faced any interference in the process in order to act against him /her.
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