Eventually, after six months, the IEC announced the final results of the Kabul parliamentary elections.
The Independent Election Commission (IEC) announced the final results of Kabul parliamentary elections with for changes on Tuesday night (May 14), Middle East Press reported.
According to the Independent Election Commission (IEC), Abdul Razzaq Stalifi, Erfanullah Erfan, Mohammad Naeem Wardak and Parwin Dorani are four new faces who came to the final list.
Ajmal Rahmani, Abdul Qayum Khairkhwah, Khan Agha Rezaee, Mullah Mohammad Khan Ahmadi, Fida Mohammad Ulfat Saleh, Ahmad Jawed Jaihoon, Mir Amanullah Guzar, Amirgul Shaheen, Ghulam Husain Naseri, Ramazan Bashardost, Sayed Mohammad Mohammadi, Allah Gul Mujahid, Khan Mohammad Wardak, Qazi Mir Afghan Safi, Najibullah Nasir, Habiburrahman Sayyaf, Anwar Khan Oryakhail, Tawfiq Wahdat, Zergai Habibi, Hafizullah Jalili, Obaidullah Kalimzai Wardak, Fatemah Nazari, Nazifah Zaki, Shinki Krukhel, Mursal Nabizadeh, Fawzia Nasiriyar Gol Daraee, Rubina Jalali, Maryam Sama and Zohrah Nowroozi have won the highest votes in the Kabul constituency and have come to the House of Representatives.
Ajmal Gulab, Ahmadzia Azimi Shinozadah, Mohammad Farhad Sedighi and Salima Nikbin are among the nominees who were excluded from the list.
The preliminary results of the Kabul parliamentary elections were announced in mid-January.