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Election Tests Security Capabilities Of Afghan Government

Afghans started voting early on October 20 in parliamentary elections that are testing the government’s ability to provide security across the country. Originally scheduled for 2015, the vote was delayed for three years amid disputes over electoral reforms and because of the instability following NATO’s handover of security responsibilities to Afghan forces at the end of 2014. The Afghan government wants to show it can conduct the vote safely and transparently despite ongoing fighting between government forces and militants in at least 20 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces.

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