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Professional Women Support Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, the Front-Runner of the Presidential Election

On 5th of June, about one thousand professional women of Afghanistan gathered to overflow capacity at the Intercontinental hotel to declare their support for the Reform and Partnership Team led by Dr. Abdullah Abdullah. The program was held by the Reform and Partnership Team for its female supporters and organized by civil society organizations such as Mawj-e Tahhawol. The attendees were active in society and have declared for the Reform and Partnership Team: From school teachers and administrators to university professors from human rights advocates and women’s rights activists to humanitarian workers, from business women to members of the two houses of Parliament, from government gender workers to popular women’s councils, from wives of political leaders - - such as Mrs. Mohaqeq, Mrs. Nateqi and Mrs. Amrullah Saleh - - to medical doctors and journalists, from writers to socialites, all were present! Attendees were also members of all the political parties and groups that have joined.

The women chanted slogans as Dr. Abdullah stepped into the luxurious hall and a children’s chorus sang a victory song. 

Dr. Abdullah opened his speech by stating his biography - - for the first time in public - - and then he explained the program of the Reform and Partnership Team for the women of Afghanistan.

Many representatives of women’s organizations asked the candidate questions regarding the women’s programs. Also, Fawzia Koofi, Gulmakai Safi, Fawzia Nasseryar, Dr. Monessa as well as many of Dr. Abullah’s major campaign workers such as Homa Shamim, Nafissa Latif, Fatema Jafari, Habiba Amin and Palwasha spoke and asked that on June 14 every woman must to the polls.


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