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.
Electoral observers said that delay in funding the presidential elections is worrying.
Nuristani says the government should address its commitment on election budget.
Protesting candidates said they were “mistreated” by police when they removed their sit-in camp.
Electoral observers said there is an ambiguity over the IEC's ability to hold the presidential elections.
Protesting candidates said that the incident was plotted by the government to disrupt their protest.
Electoral observers said presidential candidates should make public their plan based on which they conduct their campaign.
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