Noticias

Results Of Afghan Presidential Vote Delayed Again

13 Nov 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
RFE/RL Gandhara

The preliminary results from Afghanistan's presidential election have been postponed for a second time, election officials say, a new delay that is likely to fuel more political uncertainty and fraud allegations.

Independent Election Commission (IEC) spokesman Abdul Aziz Ibrahimi said on November 13 that the results will not be announced the next day as planned due to "technical problems and other issues."

In New Blow To Election, Afghan President's Main Challenger Pulls Observers From Vote Count

10 Nov 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
RFE/RL Gandhara

The leading challenger to incumbent Ashraf Ghani in Afghanistan's presidential election more than a month ago has withdrawn his team of observers from the ongoing and acrimonious official recount.

Candidate and longtime Ghani rival Abdullah Abdullah, the current chief executive in a power-sharing deal that cleared the path to Ghani's first five-year term after another disputed election, announced the pullout on November 10.

He said any results from Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission would be illegitimate if his observers are not present for the tally.

Election Results Announcement Still Pending

26 Oct 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

As speculation among Afghan presidential contenders continues, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) still has not managed to come up with an exact date to announce the preliminary results of the elections.

There are reports that Election Commission officials are in conflict with the commission’s secretariat.

IEC commissioner Awrangzeb on Saturday said that the proposal to delay the preliminary result for three weeks by the IEC’s secretariat has been facing opposition and that meetings are underway to settle the issue.

Election Preliminary Result Could Face Delay: IEC

15 Oct 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

The Independent Election Commission on Tuesday said that the announcement of the preliminary election results might be delayed.

Rahima Zarifi, an IEC commissioner, stated that the possible delay for the preliminary results could be between three or four days or a week, but she said that the commission is working in three shifts to accelerate the process.

Ghani, Abdullah Accused Of Large-Scale Electoral Fraud

15 Oct 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

The Council of Presidential Candidates on Tuesday accused Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah for being involved in large-scale electoral fraud.

 

They said that each of these two candidates declared himself winner of the election while the nation was still awaiting the election commission to separate the valid and invalid votes.  

 

The Council members also said that any attempt to put pressure on the election result before the invalidation of fake votes could push the country into crisis.

 

El candidato Abdullah Abdullah proclama su victoria en las elecciones afganas sin que termine el recuento

30 Sep 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
RTVE

El actual jefe del Ejecutivo en Afganistán, Abdullah Abdullah, ha proclamado este lunes su victoria en las elecciones presidenciales celebradas el sábado, a pesar de que el recuento no ha finalizado y de que los resultados oficiales se anunciarán dentro de más de un mes.

"Hemos obtenido más votos en las elecciones", ha afirmado en una rueda de prensa Abdullah, considerado el principal rival del presidente Ashraf Ghani.

IEC concerned about Taliban, Technology and Lack of Coordination

26 Sep 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

Officials from the Independent Election Commission (IEC) on Thursday raised concerns over reports that another 14 polling centers will be closed due to security problems--this in addition to the 431 polling centers already closed. Official numbers, however, have yet to be shared with the IEC, and this is also a cause for concern.

“The security institutions told the election commission that additional centers are to be closed, but they said the actual numbers will be shared only after the assessment is complete,” said Zabiullah Sadat, spokesman of the IEC.

Karzai, Afghan Politicians Push For Halting Election Efforts

23 Sep 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

Afghan leaders including former President Hamid Karzai, former Mujahideen leaders, and former Taliban, in a nine-article statement, called for stopping the election and focusing on peace.

Other figures who attended the meeting were former Vice President Mohammad Yunus Qanooni, former Balkh governor Atta Mohammad Noor, former Minister of Energy and Water Mohammad Ismail Khan, former National Security Advisor Rangin Dadfar Spanta and former Taliban member Agha Jan Mutasim.

Current situation not suitable for elections: Ismail Khan

11 Sep 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Tolo News

The current situation in the country is not suitable for the presidential elections, said Mohammad Ismail Khan, a former Jihadi leader and prominent member of Jamiat-e-Islami party, suggesting it will be better to resume the peace talks.

Mr. Khan, who has served as minister of energy and water under former President Hamid Karzai’s government, said the country will be driven into a new crisis if the elections are held within the next two weeks.

Preparations for election on right track: IEC chief

20 Ago 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Tolo News

Chairperson of the Independent Election Commission, Hawa Alam Nuristani, at a press conference on Tuesday assured that her team is fully ready to hold the presidential election on its scheduled time. 

She said that all required election materials, including ballot papers, result sheets, and ink, have arrived from abroad and the transfer of the materials to provinces has also started.

Figures by the IEC show that 9.6 million people have registered to vote. 

Mrs. Nuristani said that holding a national identity card and fingerprint will be a must on election day. 

IEC Allocates $30M For Purchasing Biometric Devices

18 Jun 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) on Tuesday announced the allocation of $30 million for purchasing biometric identification devices ahead of the September presidential elections.

The head of the IEC secretariate, Habib-Ur-Rahman Nang said the election commission has finalized $150 million as the budget for the elections and that it has been shared with the Ministry of Finance.

Nang made the statement during a ceremony that marked the official launch of distribution of certificates and identity cards to the election observers.

IEC Faces Lack of Planning For Elections: Observers

13 Jun 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
ToloNews

A group of election observers and representatives of Afghanistan’s mainstream political parties on Thursday held a public debate with members of the Independent Election Commission, or the IEC, on issues around the upcoming presidential polls.

The attendants of the “national conference on elections” criticized the IEC for not having a proper plan for moving forward the electoral process.

Many of the critics at the event claimed that the IEC is making deliberate attempts to prevent a transparent election.

El mundo musulmán celebra el fin del Ramadán

04 Jun 2019
Afganistán
Albania
Argelia
Bahréin
Bangladesh
Bosnia y Herzegovina
Egipto
Indonesia
Irán
Iraq
Israel
Jordania
Kuwait
Kirguistán
Líbano
Libia
Malasia
Malí
Mauritania
Marruecos
Omán
Pakistán
Palestina
Qatar
Arabia Saudí
Somalia
Sudán
Siria
Túnez
Turquía
Emiratos Árabes Unidos
Yemen
Fuente: 
Antena 3
Después de casi un mes sin poder beber, comer, fumar o mantener relaciones sexuales en las horas diurnas, musulmanes de todo el mundo celebran el fin del ayuno con festividades que durarán entre tres días y una semana.
 

Presidential elections will cost $207 million: IEC

13 Abr 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
Tolo News

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) has finalized the "operational plan" for the upcoming presidential elections which shows that the polls will cost $207 million, a spokesman of the electoral body said. However, the commission earlier predicted that the elections will need $192 million.

The Ghazni parliamentary elections, as well as the provincial councils' elections, will be held on the same day with the presidential polls scheduled for September 28.   

Afghanistan Again Postpones Presidential Election

20 Mar 2019
Afganistán
Fuente: 
VOA News

ISLAMABAD - Officials in Afghanistan have delayed the country's presidential election for a second time, setting Sept. 28 as the new date. They also announced Wednesday that provincial council elections in all 34 Afghan provinces would be held on the same date. 
 
The Independent Election Commission (IEC) said recent amendments to election laws and the pending resolution of "numerous problems and challenges" facing the voting system prompted it to push back the polls. 
 

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