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TOLOnews 10pm News 10 November 2019

The Independent Election Commission, or IEC, has started the vote recounting process in Kabul despite opposition by major election campaign teams who demand the sorting out of “fraudulent votes” ahead of any further move.

The votes of 8,494 polling stations, out of a total of 26,000, will be recounted, according to the head of the IEC secretariat, Habib-Ur-Rahman Nang.

The names of chosen attendees for the upcoming peace meeting in Beijing will not be shared with the public before the date of the meeting has been announced, Sediq Sediqqi, a spokesman for President Ghani, said on Monday.

Sediqqi said that the list of participants for the China meeting has been finalized after consultations with various political parties, and he added that the people chose will broadly represent Afghan interests.

News Hour

TOLOnews 10pm News 10 November 2019

The Independent Election Commission, or IEC, has started the vote recounting process in Kabul despite opposition by major election campaign teams who demand the sorting out of “fraudulent votes” ahead of any further move.

The votes of 8,494 polling stations, out of a total of 26,000, will be recounted, according to the head of the IEC secretariat, Habib-Ur-Rahman Nang.

The names of chosen attendees for the upcoming peace meeting in Beijing will not be shared with the public before the date of the meeting has been announced, Sediq Sediqqi, a spokesman for President Ghani, said on Monday.

Sediqqi said that the list of participants for the China meeting has been finalized after consultations with various political parties, and he added that the people chose will broadly represent Afghan interests.

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