The Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) on Wednesday announced its decisions about hundreds of thousands of disputed votes from September 28 presidential election.
IECC Chairperson, Zuhra Bayan Shinwari at a press conference in Kabul said that only 15% of 102,012 votes outside polling hours are subject to special audit. If the 15% meet the 65% of the criteria, all of 102,012 votes will be validated.
Shinwari declared that of 3,097 polling stations involving 137,630 suspicious votes, 309 stations (10 percent) are subject to special audit.
She noted that all such votes will be validated if 65 percent of the polling stations are found to meet criteria of having biometric records, journals and result sheets, and if not, all the polling stations where such votes were recorded will be audited.
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On the 102,012 votes outside polling hours, 1,103 polling stations (15 percent) of 7,354 stations where the votes were recorded are subject to special audit. If 65 percent of the polling stations are found to have biometric records, journals and result sheets, all such votes will be valid and if not all the votes will be invalidated.
On complaint about 2,423 polling stations without biometric verification, 298 polling stations are subject to recount.
On the difference between the number of votes in result sheet and biometric devices in a polling station, Shinwari suggested that votes from such a station are valid if there is a difference of 1-5 votes.
“We assure everyone that we as a neutral administration finalized the decisions. Now IEC has the responsibility to announce the results of elections,” she said.
The IECC chairwoman apologized from the people of Afghanistan about the long process of Afghanistan Election. We are not blamed for this issue.
“Adjudication process of complaints has concluded by the IECC. Inspections of IEC will not take more than one week. The final results will be announced in a week,” she added.