Kabul- Afghanistan (PMG):

By: Qudratullah Lashkari

Video: Mortaza Haidary

The Afghan Presidency has ordered the judicial and Judiciary institutions including the Attorney General’s Office, the Ministry of Interior, the National Directorate of Security, the Directorate for Population Register and the Independent Election Commission (IEC) to follow up on the full range of forgery and identification of birth certificates, and within 20 days results and share these studies result with the president of the country. Jamshid Rasouli, a spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office, told Pasbanan Media Group news agency that the panel had started its work on Wednesday under observation of the Attorney General’s office delegate.

“After receiving the presidential decree, a representatives of the Attorney General’s Office, the Ministry of the Interior, the National Directorate of Security, the Independent Election Commission and the Electoral Complaints Commission and the Independent Directorate of Intentional Affairs have been formed, and their work is started on Wednesday “Rasooli continues,” The results of these investigations are scheduled to be presented to the country’s presidency in the next 20 days, and those who have been involved in the forging and identification of birth certificates should be identified and brought to justice and judiciary institutions of the country. »

Election observers say they are worried about widespread fraud in the parliamentary election. These institutions warn that if the Independent Election Commission (IEC) and the judicial and judiciary institutions are not put into operation before the election process, widespread corruption will lead to a major disaster in the electoral process. This is while the first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives spoke in a televised program providing evidence of widespread impunity in the run-up to the election process, a case that prompted serious responses and led to a rich president. To investigate this issue, it is up to the perpetrators to punish it.

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