Presence of people in the election is a negative response to violence: Chief Executive Abdullah

The Chief Executive of the National Unity Government, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, having voted on Saturday morning at Naderia High School, a polling center in Kabul also duly acknowledged the closed polling stations and delays on Saturday’s voting proceedings.

Mr. Abdullah, after casting his vote, urged people to participate in the elections widely and vote for the candidate of their choice.

Abdullah said the presence of people in the polling centers means represents a defiance to violence, because the enemies of the Afghans do not want a legitimate system in Afghanistan.
The chief of staff said the government is taking all the necessary measures to ensure the security of the elections so that citizens can go to polling centers and exercise their right to vote.
Meanwhile, the second vice president, Sarwar Danish also casted his vote in a polling center in Western Kabul.

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