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While Presidential Elections remain uncertain with Taliban likely to seek intra Afghan talks in case a deal with the US is finalised, incumbent President Ashraf Ghani continues to lead.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said in a Twitter post that “Comments in Pakistan linking peace in Afghanistan to their objectives in Kashmir are indicative of Pakistan viewing Afghanistan as strategic depth.”
TEFA in a nationwide survey claimed that President Ashraf Ghani is leading in the Presidential polls that are to be held on 28 September closely followed by the Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah.
Pakistan is also hoping to use the Afghan card after U.S. President Donald Trump had acknowledged the role played by Islamabad (and Rawalpindi) in the ongoing talks with the Taliban.
Interior Ministry spent nearly a year devising an election security strategy that included providing armored vehicles and guards for candidates during rallies and at their homes.
Three blasts in eastern Kabul on July 25 left at least 10 dead, including five women while 41 others were wounded, Ministry of Public Health spokesman Wahidullah Mayar said.
Days ahead of the formal start of campaigning for this year’s presidential election in Afghanistan, candidates and their supporters are concerned about the growing security challenges.
In the run up to the Presidential Elections in Afghanistan, NUG has developed differences and consensus based on which it was formed in September 2014 has fractured.
U.S. and Taliban representatives to resume talks aimed at ending 17-year war in Afghanistan in Qatar .
Afghanistan's Loya Jirga, wrapped up in Kabul, with leading Afghan politicians,tribal, ethnic, and religious leaders calling for immediate cease-fire to settle long conflict.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has opened a four-day Loya Jirga with more than 3,200 delegates seeking to agree on a common approach to peace talks with the Taliban.
Abdullah said that the Stability and Partnership electoral ticket he is leading had "not been involved in any consultation"
American and Taliban officials have indicated their months-long peace dialogue remains on track, despite the intensification of hostilities in Afghanistan
The level of violence denotes that talks and bloody encounters including IED and suicide attacks are likely to continue as each side attempts to gain a negotiating edge
Emergence of a number of high impact and high uncertainty drivers in the political and security domain creates concerns of Afghan stability in the months ahead.
When the United States' special representative for Afghan reconciliation arrived in Kabulthe country's national-unity government was in disarray.
Zalmay Khalilzad said there was a "chance and readiness for peace,." after holding several rounds of peace talks with the militant group in Qatar.
The U.S. envoy seeking a peace deal with the Taliban has held consultations in Kabul with Afghan government representatives.
She made the remarks two weeks after the latest round of negotiations between the United States and the Taliban ended in Qatar
The presidential election originally was scheduled for April 20, then was delayed to July 20 mainly because of security concerns and widespread skepticism about IEC's ability
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