October 04, 2010


تصمیم کمیسیون مستقل انتخابات افغانستان در مورد اینکه تقریبآ ۱۰۰۰مراکز رای دهی را از لست ابتدایی حذف نماید ، توجه خاص را به خود جلب نموده. دیموکرسی انترنیشنل تجزیه و تحلیل خویش را در مورد این پیشرفت با مقایسه ولایت به ولایت نسبت به مراکز رای دهی انتخابات سال 2009 که کمیسیون مستقل انتخابات افغانستان میگوید که باز میباشد ، ادامه میدهد.

September 30, 2010

اینکه یک هفته به انتخابات ولسی جرګه پارلمان افغانستان باقی مانده ، ناظرین طویل المدت دیموکرسی انترنیشنل در ساحه در مورد برداشتها و نظریات شان در رابطه به وضعیت قبل از انتخابات ، ګزارش میدهند.


September 19, 2010

KABUL, Sept 19 - At the final press conference of Election Day, IEC chairman Fazal Ahmad Manawi, Interior Minister Bismillah Muhmmadi, National Directorate of Security Head Engineer Nabil, and Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak talked to local and international press. Our notes from the remarks follow:

Polls Close

September 14, 2010

In today’s news: very low numbers of Pashtuns are joining the Afghan army despite efforts to increase recruitment. Afghan government disputes NATO account of Takhar airstrike that wounded a parliamentary candidate. Kunar governor says Taliban have agreed to only attack foreign forces, not polling centers, on election day in his province. UNAMA head Staffan di Mistura sees behind-the-scenes Taliban support for some candidates as a move into the political process; other analysts are more skeptical.

September 13, 2010

In today's local news: candidate's son shoots at rival; claims of posters being torn down in Nangarhar; IEC worried about fake voter cards; Ghazni residents too scared to vote; celebrations in Herat over Quran-burning plan scrapped; rockets hit Jalalabad. 

September 12, 2010

With less than a week to go until elections for Afghanistan's lower house of parliament, DI’s long-term observers in the field have been reporting their impressions of the pre-election environment.

September 11, 2010

In today’s news: Pres. Karzai marks nine-year anniversary of 9/11 with warning against civilian casualties and a call for a focus on “the sources and the orgins of terrorism”. Taliban say U.S. must withdraw their forces from Afghanistan “without any preconditions”. Protests against now-cancelled Quran-burning continue across the country. Afghanistan NGO Safety Office warns of a shrinking space for humanitarian operations in the country.

September 07, 2010

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) announced today that security concerns raised by local and foreign security agencies have led to the closing of 81 additional polling centers in Nangarhar province for Afghanistan's upcoming Wolesi Jirga elections. This is the first change to the list of polling centers first announced by the IEC on August 18.

September 07, 2010

In today's local and international news: Security worries force candidates to stand for election in Kabul; a candidate in Ghazni discusses his security fears; three AREU papers examine the elections; IEC vows to investigate one of its officials; 5,000 security personnel to safeguard elections in Baghlan; Kabul candidates use inventive ways to attract votes; Ghazni MP says transparent poll difficult.

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