Afghans will play a highly significant role in electing the country's future leader, said Fatima Sultani, a resident of Mazar-i-Sharif city. She said women made 60 percent population of Afghanistan but they were not allowed to go to polling stations to cast their votes. Mostly, women in southern part of the country are facing multiple problems, she said, adding the unemployment graph was another matter of concern. Afghanistan enjoys greater support of the international community. We will not be able to achieve progress if we lose that support, she warned.