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Sardar Mohammad Nader, another candidate from the first-round joins the Reform and Partnership Team

Sardar Naim who was a candidate in the first round, joined the Reform and Partnership team and declared his support for Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.

Azizullah Poya, Naim’s running-mate, at the gathering said: “Dr. Abdullah was a true freedom fighter who stood next to his people at the time of crisis and war and did not abandon them. We need people like Dr. Abdullah who knows what these people have gone through and are able to lead the society and the State.”

He stated that Naim’s team collectively reached this decision after weeks of meeting the two candidates and they chose the one that would serve Afghanistan’s interests better.

At the same time, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the front-runner of the presidential election of Afghanistan, thanked them for joining the Reform and Partnership team. He told them that God willing, if he wins the election, he will try his best to serve God and the people righteously and to bring positive changes and reforms to this country.

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah stated that the security forces should guarantee the safety and security of the people during Election Day and take necessary measures days before June 14.


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