The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan will hold its Parliamentary Elections on 20 October 2018 to elect members of the Wolesi Jirga (House of the People). It was originally scheduled to take place in October 2016 but was postponed to July 2018, then again to 20 October 2019.
Follow updates on Afghanistan’s 2018 Parliamentary Elections through the news links below and through the reports and press statements shared by various organizations, including ANFREL and it member organizations the country, Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan (FEFA) and Transparent Elections Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA)
- IEC says Foreign Forces will Help Safeguard Voting Centers
- Weeks away, critical Afghan elections threatened by violence, claims of manipulation
Press Statements / Reports:
- TEFA’s Findings from Campaign Period, and Concerns Steeped in Election Day
- FEFA Press Release: Essential electoral stages; challenges, concerns and reforms
- TEFA’s Position Paper concerning the existing electoral circumstances and preparations for the upcoming elections
Know more about the Afghanistan electoral processes via this link: Afghanistan Elections
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