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Afghan Election May Be Delayed Past September

Historic Afghan elections scheduled for September may be delayed because of wrangling among officials and political parties, a senior government official told The Associated Press on Thursday. Farooq Wardak, a senior member of the country’s election management body, said the group would not be able to reach a decision by Friday, the deadline for setting a vote in September. Under Afghan law, polling day must be set at least 90 days in advance. That makes Friday the last chance to announce a Sept. 30 election. Full Story

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