Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Correspondent: Maiwand Nawabi

A spokesman for the General Prosecutor’s Office, Jamshid Rasouli, said yesterday that the Attorney general office has been reviewing at least 191 electoral and electoral crime cases. Mr. Rasouli said the cases had been handed over to the administration since the beginning of the electoral process in 2018. According to the prosecutor’s spokesman, there are 35 Kabul cases and 156 other cases related to the provinces of the country. Mr. Rasouli emphasized: “In addition to examining these cases, we also received 72 other individuals, either group complaints or collectively from the candidates. These case includes fewer and fewer charges, excessive use of competencies, sticker sales, filing of identity cards, theft of materials for election, hiding ballot papers, buying and selling birth certificates, threats and bullying, disrupting the process Elections, bloodshed, the use of fake votes and other illegal cases. ”

The Attorney General’s Office has also reported that these cases have been filed in 25 provinces except Uruzgan, Badghis, Takhar, Daikundi, Maidan Wardak, Nuristan, Ghour and Ghazni, where no election was held.

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