Kabul-Afghanistan(PMG):

Reporter: Soraya Ahadi

Officials in the election commission say that according to the law on parliamentary elections, representatives who receive less than 2 percent of the vote will be fined.

Abdul Aziz Ibrahimi, a spokesman for the Independent Election Commission (IEC) spokesman, says that those who vote in parliamentary elections of less than 2 percent are fined thirty thousand Afghans, and this is the amount paid to the commission as a guarantee.

He added: “The candidates who received more than two percent of the vote will not be fined and the wage bill will be repaid. This is when the House of Representatives elections were held on 28 and 29 of this year. But due to the massive fraud that took place in this election, the results of a number of provinces have not been announced so far.

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