اتحادیه اروپا: تشکیل حکومت وحدت ملی افغانستان را با ثبات می سازد

 
KABUL (Pajhwok): The European Union Election Assessment Team (EU EAT) on Thursday announced accrediting 100 additional long-term observers to assess the ongoing audit of the presidential vote.
The additional observers, coming from 20 EU member states and Norway, arrived in Kabul to reinforce the capacity of the team to watch the complete audit of the second round of the presidential election.
In total, a statement from EU EAT said, 351 observers had been accredited within its assessment of the run-off vote.
Thijs Berman, the EU team’s chief observer, said: “Since the start of the audit on 17 July, the team has been constantly increasing its number of observers to be able to follow, together with other international and national observers, the audit process.”
In addition, the EU EAT has been training in auditing techniques a total of 330 EU and other international observers. “The EU EAT asks all candidates to fully respect their engagements on the application of audit criteria in order to complete the process in due time”
Concerning the audit agreed upon by the candidates and other relevant election stakeholders, Berman insisted on the candidates’ full respect for their engagements and asked them to pursue the process continuously.
“Candidates should solve in a constructive spirit any dispute on the application of audit criteria in order to complete the process in a timely manner that respects the will of the Afghan voters,” he stressed.
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