The chief executive also went to the polling center and used his vote
Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail
Although concerns about securing transparency in the election are fundamental questions in the run-up to the presidential election in 1398, with all concerns Abdullah Abdullah, the country’s chief executive, and second person, went to the polls. In addition to persuading citizens to use their votes, the chief executive insisted that transparency is a key priority in the election and that citizens should not be given the opportunity to cast their ballots in wrong way during the voting process.
In the presidential election, 18 people were elected to run for the presidency, of which five withdrew in favor of other candidates.