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Elections in Afghanistan


Voting Places in Afghanistan
September 18, 2005

President Bush and Secretary Rice congratulated the Afghan Government and people for the successful parliamentary and provincial elections on September 18. The elections were a major step forward in Afghanistan's development as a democratic state governed by the rule of law. special briefing | more

2005: The Year in Pictures - Strengthening Alliances and Defending Principles

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Afghan women walk to their voting place
Afghan women walk to their voting place.
Afghan women line up outside of voting place
Afghan women line up outside of voting place.
Afghan man waits to receive ballot from election worker
Afghan man waits to receive ballot from election worker.
Afghan women looks over the ballot during the successful parliamentary and provincial elections held on September 18.
Afghan women looks over the ballot.


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