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Nabil Accuses Ghani’s ISE of Election Interference

Rahamtullah Nabil, a presidential candidate, in a tweet on Saturday blamed the Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE), co-founded by President Ghani, for interfering in the election by illegally paying Ghani’s inner circle and senior government officials to promote ISE’s agenda. 

“The ISE used its access in the United States and its influence with other key governments and organizations to illegally lobby for Ashraf Ghani. In addition to election interference, the ISE illegally paid Ghani’s inner circle and senior government officials to promote ISE’s agenda,” Nabil tweeted.

 Nabil also asked the US embassy in Kabul to investigate the ISE interference in the election. “US embassy, we call for an immediate investigation of the Institute for State Effectiveness, co-founded by Ashraf Ghani and currently led by Clare Lockhart in influencing and interfering in 2019 Presidential Elections,” Nabil tweeted.

Ashraf Ghani’s election campaign rejected allegations regarding the Institute for State Effectiveness’ interference in the election. “Since the start of the election campaign, Mr. Nabil has brought dozens of allegations against the State Building Team (lead by Ghani), all of which have been proven baseless,” said Najib Danish, spokesman for Ghani’s election campaign. 

The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) created by Ashraf Ghani in 2013, before he became the president.

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Nabil Accuses Ghani’s ISE of Election Interference

The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) was co-founded by Ashraf Ghani in 2013, before he became president.    

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Rahamtullah Nabil, a presidential candidate, in a tweet on Saturday blamed the Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE), co-founded by President Ghani, for interfering in the election by illegally paying Ghani’s inner circle and senior government officials to promote ISE’s agenda. 

“The ISE used its access in the United States and its influence with other key governments and organizations to illegally lobby for Ashraf Ghani. In addition to election interference, the ISE illegally paid Ghani’s inner circle and senior government officials to promote ISE’s agenda,” Nabil tweeted.

 Nabil also asked the US embassy in Kabul to investigate the ISE interference in the election. “US embassy, we call for an immediate investigation of the Institute for State Effectiveness, co-founded by Ashraf Ghani and currently led by Clare Lockhart in influencing and interfering in 2019 Presidential Elections,” Nabil tweeted.

Ashraf Ghani’s election campaign rejected allegations regarding the Institute for State Effectiveness’ interference in the election. “Since the start of the election campaign, Mr. Nabil has brought dozens of allegations against the State Building Team (lead by Ghani), all of which have been proven baseless,” said Najib Danish, spokesman for Ghani’s election campaign. 

The Institute for State Effectiveness (ISE) created by Ashraf Ghani in 2013, before he became the president.

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