Afghans vote in south Kandahar's delayed elections

Suicide bomber targets electoral officials in Kabul

Afghans risk their lives to vote in delayed Kandahar poll

Afghans went to polling stations in the country's southern province of Kandahar on October 27 to vote in parliamentary elections.

The Kandahar governor's spokesman says major roads throughout the province were closed Friday to all vehicles, except those with prior security clearance.

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In the meantime, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) said the suspects should be punished in accordance with the law. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, the latest surrounding Afghanistan's embattled parliamentary election process.

After the incident, authorities postponed the elections to the Afghan Parliament for today. "They can not find people's names on the voters' list".

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There are 112 candidates, of whom 12% are women, for Kandahar's 11 parliamentary seats, the IEC said.

Kabul, Oct 29 At least one policeman was killed and six other people, including four workers of the Independent Election Commission, were wounded in a suicide attack here on Monday.

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According to police, a suicide bomber on foot, detonated his explosives close to the gate of the offices. "Doubtless that a number of candidates wanted to use these people for their own benefit in the elections", said Danish. The unprecedented delays forced voting to be extended a second day last weekend to give voters in more than 400 polling centers an opportunity to cast their ballots. Security is so inadequate in central Ghazni province that voting had to be delayed until next year.

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