According to the Speaker of the Afghan lower house of parliament, people came to the polls because of the agreement and assurance of the IEC to use the biometric system.
Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi called on the IEC in a general meeting on Monday to fulfill their promises to the people regarding the transparency of the elections.
This comes when the use of biometrics in the election days were faced with serious challenges and faults.
The Afghan parliamentary elections were carried out on 20 and 21 October across Afghanistan except Ghazni and Kandahar. Then, in Kandahar, the elections were held on 27 October with massive turnout.
The preliminary results of the Afghan parliamentary elections are scheduled for November 10.