“Reforms and assessment of polling stations are required for a transparent election. We are trying to change the polling stations based on the wishes of the people, because there has been no change since 2004,” Najibullah Ahmadzai, chief of the IEC said on Monday.
At the same time, the new head of the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) vowed to change the working methods and fight against administrative and political corruption.
“I assure the people of Afghanistan to stand against any political interference and to defend the their vote,” Abdul Aziz Aryaee, head of the IECC boosted.
Now with the appointment of the new commissioners, the people of Afghanistan are expecting to hear the timeline for parliamentary and district council elections.
Reported by: Fawad Naseri