At the Crossroads

Shams, Ajmal
June 2014
Southasia;Jun2014, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p32
The article reports on the second round of election in Afghanistan in mid June 2015, where voting patterns are expected to be more ethnic than issue-based. Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani go face-to-face in a run-off and none presidential hopefuls managed to secure the required vote count of more than 50 percent to reach victory in the first round.


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