The Afghan presidential election will cost an estimated 192 million dollars
Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail
The Afghan Independent Election Commission (IEC) has announced that at least 192 million dollars are needed to hold the presidential elections of 1398, district council elections and the parliamentary elections in Ghazni. Indeed, Independent Election Commission (IEC) member Mawlana Abdullah has said that two entities including the Ministry of Finance and the international community have pledged to provide this amount for holding elections in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, the electoral commission yesterday signed with the MoI an agreement on the security of electoral campaigns for presidential candidates, according to which the Ministry of the Interior is required to secure the campaigns of candidates. Interior minister Masood Andarabi said that interior ministry forces are ready to support the process with neutrality and that the forces also have the necessary preparations to secure the upcoming elections.