EU Reaffirmed Commitment to Support Afghan Constitutions, Electoral Process

The High Representative of the European Union Federica Mogherini has said that the Afghan Presidential election has proven once again the commitment of the Afghan people to furthering the democratic path of their country.
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The Vice-President of EU, Federica Mogherini in a statement said that the European Union remains committed to supporting the Afghan constitutional order and the electoral process as a way to ensure institutional continuity and legitimacy of Afghanistan’s political institutions.

“Our thoughts are with the families of those killed and with those who were injured in attacks that attempted to dissuade voters through violence and intimidation, both on Election Day and in the run-up,” the statement said.

According to the statement, the legitimacy of the final result will now be linked to the ability of the Afghan electoral management bodies to fulfill their mandate impartially, efficiently and transparently and in full respect of the constitution, electoral laws and procedures, including with regard to any complaints and appeal proceedings.

“The European Union will continue to work with all Afghan stakeholders, along with our international partners, for democracy, peace, stability and development in Afghanistan, for the sake of the Afghans, of the region and of the whole world,” the statement added.
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