State Dept. on Preliminary Afghan Election Results

June 2014
Country Fact Sheets: Liechtenstein;6/4/2014, p11
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The article presents a statement by U.S. State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki on the election results in Afghanistan in 2014. Topics covered include the support of U.S. for the democracy in Afghanistan, proposal of the United Nations (UN) regarding the election and irregularities in the results. Also mentioned is the call of the U.S. for voters to support the proposed audits of the results.


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