Presidential decision deferred till Sept 28 in Afghanistan IEC authorities
War-torn Afghanistan has deferred its presidential decision until September 28, authorities declared Wednesday, the second time the vote has been returned and five months after the fact than it was initially booked to be held.
The Independent Election Commission (IEC) said the vote had confronted "various issues and difficulties ... consequently holding the decisions dependent on the courses of events recently reported is beyond the realm of imagination".
"So as to more readily actualize the standard of race law, guarantee straightforwardness just as voter enrollment, the presidential race, commonplace committee decision just as the parliamentary race of Ghazni area will be hung on September 28," the body said in an announcement.
The race ought to proceed, it included, "gave every single important side, particularly the legislature and the global network, give the IEC the required spending plan on time".
A representative for President Ashraf Ghani said the administration regards the choice and is "completely arranged to participate with the IEC".