Still, the donor has not identified the Afghan presidential election
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
It is supposed to be the largest test in the month of Afghanistan. The holding of the country’s presidential election with all the ups and downs and simultaneous efforts to bring peace in the country is still experiencing an uncertain destiny. In the latest case, a number of sources in the Independent Election Commission (IEC) have announced that until now, funding agencies for the presidential election budget have not been identified. The source said the presidential election is scheduled to cost $ 150 million, but so far the funding agencies have not been identified, and the government has not yet said anything about funding this money.
The report is being released some days ago, some of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) commissioners have announced the efforts of the presidential palace to engineer the upcoming election by electing key members of the Independent Election Commission (IEC). But until now, the Afghan Presidency has not voiced its views on this issue.