On April 5, 2014, approximately 60 percent Afghan voters, including women and senior citizens, braved threats from armed opposition groups
While the international and local media speculate on the outcome of the second round of Presidential elections in June and the drawdown of NATO troops
Ziaul Haq Amarkhil, Head of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) Secretariat, told media if the observations of IECC
April 5. 2014 will go down in the pages of history as the day when Afghanistan took a giant democratic leap. It will be remembered as the day of triumph for Afghanistan’s transition
On Saturday April 5, Afghans will gear up for their tryst with history by taking part in elections. This presidential election is by far the most significant event
Will Taliban terror proliferate eastward after the US drawdown in 2014? Strategists vigorously debate the proposition.
The success of historic 2014 Presidential elections is crucial not only for the future of Afghanistan but also for stakeholders in the region