Voter Fraud Complaints Investigated In Afghanstan

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

As the vote counting goes on in the Afghan presidential race, the leading candidates say they would like to run again, against each other, to settle the presidency.

Only a few unofficial results are in so far, but both Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani claim that they are ahead.

Meanwhile, hundreds of complaints of fraud are being investigated as the BBC’s Afghanistan correspondent David Loyn reports.


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