Men and Women lining up in large numbers to elect members of parliament: UK Ambassador Kay

Expressing happiness on the participation of voters he witnessed today, UK Ambassador Sir Nicholas Kay, after having visited a polling centre in Kabul issued a statement: “Today on election day I saw the will of the people to have their say in the future of Afghanistan. Men and women were lining up in large numbers to elect members of parliament who can help deliver more security and prosperity for their families and communities.


These elections are being led and organised entirely by Afghans.”

The UK ambassador also added that he was pleased to meet the officials from various election management bodies and observers on his visit. He was happy to see that members of civil society were actively contributing in the voting process. Finally he assured that the international community stands with the democratic practice of Afghanistan.

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