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Continued Focus Essential to Advance Afghanistan’s Anti-Corruption Efforts: UN Report

The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on Monday released its annual report on Afghanistan’s fight against corruption. The report findings show that continued focus and effort are essential for building on the progress made in implementing Afghanistan’s anti-corruption strategy. “Fighting corruption remains a truly fundamental necessity in Afghanistan,” said …

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UN Urges Electoral Authorities to Safeguard Integrity, Transparency of Elections

The Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has urged the electoral authorities to safeguard the integrity and transparency of the parliamentary elections, especially concerning vote counting, as well as the tabulation and announcement of results. In a statement on Sunday, UNAMA said that it encourages the electoral authorities to act expeditiously …

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UN Counts 23 Election-Related Incidents Since Start of Voter Registration Process

A new report released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on Thursday, details a “disturbing pattern” of attacks at election-related facilities following the commencement of voter registration for the October 2018 polls. UNAMA in a statement said that it has verified 23 election-related security incidents since voter …

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UNAMA Welcomes Gov’t’s Call for ‘Unconditional’ Peace Talks with Taliban

The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has welcomed the Afghan government’s renewed call for “unconditional” peace talks with the Taliban at Kabul Process II conference in capital Kabul on Wednesday. “Together with the 25 countries and international organizations participating in the second Kabul Process conference, the UN Mission strongly supports …

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