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NCA Vehemently Condemns Assassination of IEC Chief in Kunduz Province

The National Coalition of Afghanistan fervidly condemns the Taliban’s most recent brutal act of killing Eng. Amanullah Aman, the provincial chief of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) in Kunduz province, on Wednesday, September 18.  The enemies of Afghanistan, acting once again as cruel and malicious terrorists, are trying to instill fear in the lives of the people of Afghanistan, to prevent them from exercising their democratic rights in choosing their future political destiny in next year’s elections.


By conducting such inhumane, cowardice and desperate attacks, the insurgents will not succeed in their attempt to derail the electoral process in the country, as the people are ever more determined to ensure their country takes further strides towards a democratic and stable society.


The National Coalition of Afghanistan strongly condemns this heinous attack and calls on relevant Afghan government security institutions to exert all necessary efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice.  The NCA extends its condolences to the bereaved family members and colleagues of Late Eng. Amanullah Aman. He will be remembered as a strong advocate of democracy and for his dedicated service to his nation.


September 18, 2013 – Kabul, Afghanistan

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