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ENTIKHABAT 97: Issue of Fake IDs Discussed

Independent Election Commission (IEC) officials said on Sunday that about 60 voter register books have gone missing in six provinces.

This came a day after political parties displayed thousands of fake IDs and books of stickers for voter cards.

In response to the expose, the IEC held a press conference on Sunday and officials said that the registers, that have disappeared – each containing the names of 600 registered voters - have either been stolen by thieves or seized by armed opponents.

On Saturday the Grand National Coalition of Afghanistan displayed thousands of fake national identity cards and voter stickers at an event in Kabul, saying issues such as this will pave the way for widespread fraud in the elections.

In this episode host Masoud Malik discusses the topic with the following guests:

Humayun Humayun, first deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament)
Azizi Ibrahimi, IED deputy spokesman
Sayed Akram Afzali, head of Integrity Watch Afghanistan

Elections

ENTIKHABAT 97: Issue of Fake IDs Discussed

Independent Election Commission (IEC) officials said on Sunday that about 60 voter register books have gone missing in six provinces.

This came a day after political parties displayed thousands of fake IDs and books of stickers for voter cards.

In response to the expose, the IEC held a press conference on Sunday and officials said that the registers, that have disappeared – each containing the names of 600 registered voters - have either been stolen by thieves or seized by armed opponents.

On Saturday the Grand National Coalition of Afghanistan displayed thousands of fake national identity cards and voter stickers at an event in Kabul, saying issues such as this will pave the way for widespread fraud in the elections.

In this episode host Masoud Malik discusses the topic with the following guests:

Humayun Humayun, first deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament)
Azizi Ibrahimi, IED deputy spokesman
Sayed Akram Afzali, head of Integrity Watch Afghanistan

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