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KABUL (Pajhwok): So far more than 25,000 electronic passports have been issued and the process would be extended nationwide in the near future, an official said on Wednesday.
Authorities initially started issuing electronic passports to residents, government officials and traders in Kabul and some other provinces in October 2012.
Col. Syed Omer Saboor, the passport department head, said 25,000 biometric passports had been issued to individuals in Kabul and other provinces.

KABUL (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Interior on Sunday said security for 24 polling stations, previously considered as insecure in three provinces, has been ensured.
MoI spokesman Siddiqui Siddique told a press conference in Kabul 19 of the sites were located in Ghor, three in Kapisa and two in Badakhshan provinces.
He said currently 390 polling sites in 11 provinces remained under high security threats, but Afghan forces were making efforts to ensure these sites were protected.

KABUL (Pajhwok):  Police officers, intending to campaign for or against presidential candidates, should resign before plunging into politics, warned the Ministry of Interior (MoI) on Thursday
The ministry stressed police must be impartial in the election process and warned officers found taking sides would have to face legal consequences without exception.
President Karzai also has called on government officials to maintain neutrality and avoid taking sides or misusing government machinery.

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