Politics

Voting, Precise Monitoring Both Important: First Vice-President

Monday, March 31, 2014
Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Younus Qanooni, the first vice president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in a series of separate meetings held yesterday with hundreds of the country’s people said participation in presidential elections and widespread monitoring were both equally important.
Presidential press office stated BNA, at the meetings, the first-vice president recalled of solidarity of Afghanistan’s people in current situations as the country was going forwards to presidential and provincial council elections and said the election was very important for the stability of the country. “Afghanistan people will demonstrate their will and determination by their widespread participation in the elections because their country’s fate is somehow connected to the elections,” the first vice president added.
During his separate meetings, the first vice president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan met with Attorney General of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Minister of Higher Education and a number of the ministry’s personnel and teachers, head of Afghanistan Ulema Council Mawlavi Qeyamuddin Kashaf, Minister of Public Health Dr. Surya Dalil and a number of the ministry’s employees, a number of Kapisa elders, Dr. Hashmatullah Mujadidi, ACCI chairman and members, a number of ANA high-ranking officers, head of Independent Administrative for Local Organs, Lt. General Baba Jan and a number of Bagram elders, head and a number of members for Hezb-e-Iqtedar Milli, head and a number of members for Afghanistan social associations, district governor and a number of elders of Chah Aab of Takhar, Deputy Minister of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyred and Disabled and a number of the ministry’s employees, Gul Agha Rahimi, Abdul Qayoum Karzai, Eng. Farid and a large number of Paghman elders. In the meetings, the first vice president thanked of the countrymen’s sympathy over death of late Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim and added death of late Marshal was a big loss to Afghanistan people.

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