The Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani, at the end of september, once again in the presidential elections in Afghanistan, won the game. This time, he received 50.6 percent of the vote, according to a preliminary exitpoll, who on Sunday was presented by the verkiezingscomité.
Ghani was seen as the favourite in the presidential election at the end of september. The people had a choice of no less than twenty candidates.
The verkiezingscomité, it was concluded that a Ghani, the election winner, even though in a couple of weeks, the final results are not possible to lose.
Ghani’s main opposition leader, Abdullah Abdullah, was given in accordance with the exitpoll more than 39 percent of the vote. The candidate will have a couple of days, to object at any time. Abdullah is going to do just that. He thinks that the count for fraud was not committed in favor of Ghani.
Turnout was low
The elections were fairly peaceful and quiet. With 1.9 million voters, was the attendance was low. That was more due to fear of terrorism, more small attacks, and riots at the polling stations. They have two agents and a civilian killed. In addition, there are 37 injured, in some cases.
In the parliamentary elections in October 2018 and were 130 people were killed due to election related violence. Hundreds of people were killed or wounded.
A few days before the elections, escaped from the camp of president Ghani to an attack by the Taliban. In the United States, the Taliban, in a conversation in order for the country to keep the peace in exchange for the withdrawal of American troops. The Afghan government does not take part in these meetings as well.