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Today's Meeting between the Two Candidates of the Presidential Election



Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and Dr. Ashraf Ghani met one another today at Dr. Abdullah's residence. During this meeting, both spoke about the electoral issues such as guaranteeing the transparency of this process and agreed to have more meetings and discussions over the  agreements made a few weeks ago.

Dr. Abdullah stressed that the audit should be very precise and the fraudulent votes should be invalidated in order to have a clean and transparent result. Additionally, he expressed that he respects the votes casted by the citizens of this country and that nothing is more important for him than supporting and defending the rights and votes of the people. Also, Dr. Ghani explained that the election is the only source for political legitimacy and in order to secure this, both teams have to cooperate with one another. 

It is said that such meetings will increase in the near future on both the technical and political sections of the agreement.



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