Abdullah Vows Reform In Electoral System

(Last Updated On: October 18, 2014)

Chief Executive of the national unity government, Abdullah Abdullah, has promised to begin bringing reforms in the electoral bodies.

Meeting the tribal elders from several provinces on Saturday, Abdullah Abdullah stated the future elections must not face challenges.

“One of our basic commitments is to bring reform in the electoral system of Afghanistan. We need to make the base of electoral system so strong in order not to let the country once again face electoral challenges as we witnessed last time,” Abdullah expressed.

Also referring to the rocket fire of Pakistan into the eastern Kunar province, the chief executive noted he would meet Pakistan’s national security adviser, Sartaj Aziz, who is expected to visit Kabul tomorrow.

He promised to make every effort to conclude Pakistan’s aggression into Afghan soil.

Abdullah declared the next five years of their government would be a great opportunity to them to serve for the country.

The participants of the meeting coming from several northern and eastern provinces complained of poverty, unemployment and lack of rule of law, asking the unity government to have a serious attention to their provinces.


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