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Dr. Abdullah in Faryab Speaks Their Language!

Today, a large crowd gathered to declare their support for Dr. Abdullah and his Reform and Partnership. Since much of Faryab is Uzbeck and Tukoman, Dr. Abdullah's starting greeting was in Uzbecki and Turkmeni - - which drove the crowd wild with applause and hoorays!

Several of the speakers were prominent Uzbeks. Dr. Abdullah promised to complete that betlt way of Afghanistan that runs in Faryab, as well as to pave other roads of the province. He also apologized that his other running mates each is in other province and apologize for not being there.

The crowd kept applauding after each sentence.

Today Dr. Abdullah also visited the Kohdaman area of Parwan and Kapisa provinces. Faryab was the last stop on the campaign trail as this is the last day of the campaign.

Once back in Kabul, Dr. Abdullah will have a final press conference this evening before wrapping up and entering the 48 hour period of silence - -until the Election Day on Saturday April 5.

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