Tag Archives: Women

Abdullah Stresses on Transparent Presidential Election

Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the country, warns that the repentance of the 2014 presidential election’s challenges in the upcoming election can be catastrophic. Abdullah says that the government official including heads of the defensive and security institutions should not interfere in the upcoming presidential election affairs. “They do not …

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Abdullah Apologizes for NUG Failure in Promoting Women’s Participation

Afghanistan Chief Executive, Abdullah Abdullah, has apologized for the failure of the National Unity Government (NUG) in promoting women’s participation and presence in governmental institutions. Speaking in a conference held for women’s empowerment, he accepted that the government has lost many opportunities for improving the country’s situation and further noted …

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UN Warns 63 Percent of Afghan Women Lack Identity Papers

The United Nations Women office warns that 63 percent of Afghan women lack the identity documents which will negatively impact and create barriers for their participation in elections. The United Nations Women representative in Kabul urged Afghan government and electoral institutions to provide the circumstances for broader participation of Afghan …

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