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Countdown of Election Day
The IEC looks at the protests as one of the fundamental rights of the citizens and deems it important for institutionalisation of democratic values. The IEC is mandated by the law to conduct general elections in the country and is committed to protecting the votes of people and compliance with the laws, regulations and procedures approved for elections.
Speech of the IEC Chairwoman on Audit, Recount & Tallying of the Preliminary Results & Electoral Issues
To honorable members of the IEC, journalists and our media partners that have always been with the IEC and people of Afghanistan!
The IEC leadership briefed media on Dermalog’s report on identification of valid and non-standard votes.
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) Management welcomed US Ambassador Mr. John Bass to the IEC HQ office on 14th October. "We thank the United States for its financial and technical cooperation. The Commission is committed to the transparency and impartiality in tallying of result sheets of election and the result which is acceptable will be announce."
How & Where to vote?
Who can vote? All eligible citizens who have their registration ID/Tazkira Approved, being an Afghan citizen, have not been deprived of their civil rights by law or court; they have the right to register as a voter and a candidate. Voters Top-up registration of presidential for those who: