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The Green Trend of Afghanistan has joined the Reform and Partnership Team!

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah to the Green Trend: “we promise a government free of corruption and discrimination to all”


Tuesday morning, the Green Trend of Afghanistan lead by Amrullah Saleh, declared their support for Dr. Abdullah Abdullah’s candidacy and stated that after today, the Green Trend will be part of the Reform and Partnership coalition. Tens of thousands of people gathered to cheer and support Dr. Abdullah Abdullah in the Taj Mahal Hotel in Kabul city. The crowd was very vibrant and euphoriant when Dr. Abdullah Abdullah entered the hall.


Dr. Abdullah Abdullah stated the following to the cheering members of the Green Trend: “I thank all members of the Green Trend and my brother and the leader of this trend, Amrullah Saleh for joining us and taking this rational step and decision. Insha’Allah we are moving closer to victory.”


Mr. Saleh during his speech said: “Our only word to the people is that we will only support and vote for #1 (Dr. Abdullah’s ballot number). The Green Trend of Afghanistan only has one wish from Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and is to eradicate corruption and discrimination from the government”



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