Two Years After Controversial Afghan Elections, Promised Reforms Remain Stalled 1 234 567

Two Years After Controversial Afghan Elections, Promised Reforms Remain Stalled

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Afghanistan was on the brink of a civil war when both presidential candidates claimed victory in the 2014 run-off election, which outside observers called flawed by fraud and irregularities led to a contested result. The impasse was only resolved after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry brokered a compromise power-sharing agreement and a pledge to reform the country's electoral system. Two years later, the country's two top leaders remain deadlocked over the electoral reforms,...

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