Ariana: As the Independent Election Commission (IEC) is gradually announcing the result of Afghan parliamentary elections, the preliminary results show that, in a surprise move, most of the government critics have not won a seat. So far the names of MP Zahir Qadir from eastern Nangarhar province, MP Hamayun Hamayun from Khost province, MP Abdul
Tolo News: Ahmad Zia Massoud accuses government of complicity with the Taliban and said the [Ghani] administration is helping the Taliban financially and even militarily. Massoud said the administration is helping the Taliban financially and even militarily. “The only source for finance and equipping of terrorist groups particularly Taliban is government itself. They tell the
Ariana: A number of Afghan parliamentarians on Monday session accused the government of acting against the national interests of the country, saying the President’s actions are more destructive than the activities of terrorist groups in the war-torn country. “The President is deceiving the whole nation with his lies,” said Hamayoun Hamayoun, First Deputy Speaker of the House.
Tolo News: “I want to ask the people not to sacrifice their lives for this election and neither vote for me nor should they let their children be sacrificed for this process. This process (elections) is a rigged process,” the first deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga, Humayun Humayun, said. Click here to read more (external
Khaama Press: Humayoun Humayoun managed to secure the most votes from the lawmakers during the voting process and was elected as the first deputy house speaker. Click here to read more (external link). Related Humayoun warned government against meddling in parliamentary affairs