Opinion Politics

Massive participation of people in parliamentary election foils enemies’ plans

Afghan people contrary to the enemies’ estimation with their massive attendance in polling stations smashed the enemies of the country.
BNA political analyst commenting on the issue writes: In spite of certain problems, the Afghan people with their massive attendance in polling stations voted for their favorite candidates.
Long queues of voters in front of polling stations indicates the fact that the Afghans believing the principles of democracy and want to ensure a democratic system in their country.
With electing eligible people avoid of all kinds of ethnical, religious, linguistic and political discriminations showed their well attention in this national process.
The people know well that with going to the polling stations and electing eligible candidate to parliament lower house cause to establish positive change in process of legislation and monitoring the activities of the government.
Any way, Afghanistan is in difficult situation, in such a state holding election prevents problems and shortages would not be available.
The people should know that the election was of extreme importance for Afghanistan. The enemies using all opportunities, tried for poisoning the minds of people and disturb the process of the elections, prevent realizing democracy in the country, but people with their massive participation and voting for their favorite candidates stabbed in the hearts of the enemies and smashed them with their evil goals and intentions.
Therefore, the citizens of our country with their massive participation in process of election and voting to their favorite candidates, foiling the conspiracies of the enemies and their patrons severely humiliated them once again.
Abdul Khalil Menawi

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