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Kerry suggests change in Ghani’s team to end election crisis

By Ghanizada - Sat Jul 12 2014, 7:58 pm

John Kerry and Ashraf GhaniUnconfirmed reports suggest that the US Secretary of State John Kerry has suggested change in Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai’s team in a bid to end the election crisis.

The suggestions were reportedly made during the last day of Kerry’s meeting with the presidential candidates.

Kerry has suggested to replace Ahmad Zia Massoud as Chief Executive by Younus Qanooni in Dr. Ghani’s team, a source close to Ahmad Zia Massoud has revealed.

The source further added that the suggestion by John Kerry was rejected by Ahmad Zia Massoud.

The electoral team of Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai has not commented regarding the report so far.

Kerry arrived in Afghanistan on Friday to help resolve the political impasse due to the runoff presidential election.

He met with the two presidential candidates, electoral officials, UN officials and president Hamid Karzai during his visit to Afghanistan.

He is expected to appear in a press conference following his meeting with the presidential candidates on Saturday evening.

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  1. Abdullah had already proposed this to Ghani, but Ghani did not accept. There is a winner and there is a loser in this process. Ghani is the winner, and he has no reason good enough with him to include other people demanded by Abdullah.

  2. I guess it is fantastic idea.

  3. Why doesn’t anyone use their brain? How can a group of people produce 2.3 or 2.4 milllion votes in 24 hours??? Does anyone know how much man power this requires? In addition to a 24 hour operation? 

    Most Afghans know that all presidential candidates cheated in one way, shape or form. Also why is it that Abdullah Abdullah always has a problem when he loses? I hope he does not run in the future.

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