Hezb-e-Islami Councils Alliance (HICA) supporters gathered in capital Kabul on Saturday and insisted that the runoff vote results should be released without any further delay.
HICA supporters called on Dr. Abdullah to accept election results and warned that they will not remain silent if Dr. Abdullah’s camp oppose with the poll results.
Wahidullah Sabawoon, deputy chief of Hezb-e-Islami Councils Alliance, said the alliance wants Reform and Unanimity team-led by Dr. Abdullah to accept the constitution of Afghanistan.
Hezb-e-Islami Alliance (HICA) announced their support to Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai during the presidential election and claim that their team is winner in the second round of election.
Dr. Abdullah boycotted the election process following the announcement of preliminary vote results for runoff election and claimed that massive fraud have been committed in favour of his rival Dr. Ashraf Ghani.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry was forced to visit Afghanistan and mediate talks between the two rivals amid fears that the disputed runoff election could threat the stability of the country as certain supporters of Dr. Abdullah suggested to form a parallel government.
Both the candidates agreed to full vote audit of presidential vote and agreed to abide by the outcome of the audit process and form a national unity government in a bid to end the political impasse.
However, Dr. Abdullah’s camp once again pulled out from the audit process last week and warned to boycott the process if their conditions were not met, claiming that the audit and invalidation process was not fairly conducted.