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The Reform and Partnership Team in Kapisa Province Today!

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the leader of the Reform and Partnership team and the front-runner of the presidential election, attended an election rally in Kapisa province. Tens of thousands of Kapisa’s inhabitants chanted dozens of slogans and shouted “we support you” when Dr. Abdullah arrived at the scene.

Dr. Abdullah assured the people that there is no doubt that we will be victorious in this round of the presidential election. Dr. Abdullah told them that the people only trust this team and that this team is only capable of forming a functional administration.

Additionally, Dr. Abdullah stated to the people of Kapisa that this team is decisive in bringing unity and providing enduring peace and stability to Afghanistan’s citizens. Dr Abdullah said the following: “ In the first round the majority of the people voted for us and now that most of the other candidates, other parties and civil society organizations have joined us, we will win a land-slide”.

At the end of his speech, he explained that the enemies of Afghanistan are at the brink of destruction and at this moment, they are only using inhumane and un-Islamic methods and tactics such as suicide bombing. In addition, Dr. Abdullah said: “God almighty is with us and saved us from their cowaride act”.


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