The leaders of the top political parties in met in Kabul on Saturday to hold talks regarding the upcoming parliamentary and district council elections.

The meeting was attended by the leader of Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, leader of Jamiat-e-Islami Salahuddin Rabbani, leader of Junbish Milli Batur Dostum, leader of Wahdat Islami Mohammad Mohaqiq, and the leader of Mahaz Milli Syed Hamid Gilani.

Zerar Ahmad Muqbil also participated in the meeting on behalf of the former President Hamid Karzai and member of the Front for Security and Stability of Afghanistan Mohammad Younus Qanooni.

The participants of the meeting called on the government and the independent election commission to invalidate the process for the registration of voters for the upcoming elections.

They also urged the government and election commission to bring changes in the elections system of the country, use the biometic system for the registration of the voters, and give more share to the political parties in the elections.

The leaders of the political parties and movements said the government must return with a positive feedback regarding their demands, warning that they would block the elections if case the government and election commission rejected their demands.


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