The Guardian, 12 August 2014
In this article, AAN’s Fabrizio Foschini widens the perspective of the still unresolved post-election audit stalemate:
“If we can agree that delays, stalemates and obstructionism have been a recurrent theme of this electoral process, it does seem possible that this pattern extends to the political negotiations that will accompany the creation of a new government, whoever the winning candidate will be,” he said.
“And if that happens, it could be a bad year for all Afghans.”
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