Afghanistan presidential electionsVarious political parties, political coalitions and prominent political leaders of the country have boosted their efforts, as the next
presidential elections of the country is getting closer.

The next presidential elections of Afghanistan is scheduled to be organized earlier in April next year, which is considered a key event for democratic transition of power from an elected president to the next president of Afghanistan.

A number of political parties leaders, members of the coalition parties and other prominent political leaders met in capital Kabul on Monday night to discuss and find a political solution for a free and fair elections.

The meeting was organized in the residential house of Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, leader of the Junbish-e-Millie (National Movement) Afghanistan in capital Kabul.

The participants of the meeting included Ata Mohammad Noor, governor of Balkh province, former US ambassador to United Nations and Iraq Zalmai Khalilzad, former Afghan interior minister Ali Ahmad Jalali, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah leader of the National Coalition of Afghanistan and one of the main political opposition of the Afghan government.

Leader of the National Front of Afghanistan (Jabha-e-Millie), Ahmad Zia Massoud, promiment political leader and member of the National Front Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq, former Afghan spy chief and leader of the Afghan Green Trend, Amrullah Saleh, elder brother of president Karzai, Qayoum Karzai, Afghan lawmaker Mohammad Younus Qanooni and Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum were the promiment political leaders who attended the meeting tonight.

A spokesman for the National Front of Afghanistan (Jabha-e-Millie), Faizullah Zaki said, the main motive behind tonight’s meeting was to seek political solutions in a bid to create trust and unity among the political parties and coalitions of the country.

Mr. Zaki further added that the participants of the meeting discussed political solutions to organize a free and fair elections which should be free of any frauds, in a bid to organize a successful election that should lead to the formation of a legitimate government.

The upcoming presidential elections will mark the transfer of power from an elected president to another elected president in the history of Afghanistan.

A successful election is seen as vital to Afghanistan’s stability, and American and European diplomats have warned that billions of dollars in aid will not materialize unless the vote is credible.