Final Election Results and the Path After It

Statement of the Free and Fair Election Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) on the final result of the 2019 Afghan Presidential Election Finally, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) could announce final results of the 2019 Afghan presidential elections with 5 months delay. It was expected that all electoral tickets accept the final election

TEFA’s Press Release on EMBs’ Conflict over Carrying out ECC’s Decisions

First published on the website of TEFA on 17 February 2020. Exactly 13 days have passed since the initial announcement of ECC’s decisions were made over adjudication of electoral complaints, and IEC too, on its part, embraced ECC’s call, acted accordingly, and began carrying out their decisions; however, TEFA’s observation findings highlight

TEFA’s press release on the long-awaited completion of the 2019 Presidential electoral complaints adjudication process

5 February 2020 Announcement of the preliminary and final results of the 2019 election was contingent upon the final work of ECC, and finally as of yesterday, this commission managed to openly share on its works. For over a month, all election stakeholders were desperately waiting to know about ECC's final decision;

Ensuring electoral justice depends on transparent, legal and on-time performance of ECC

First published on the website of FEFA on 1 January 2020. The Free and Fair Election Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) appreciates efforts of the Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (ECC) for addressing accurately the complaints related to the preliminary results of the presidential election conducted on September 28th 2019, but also expresses its

2019 Preliminary Election Result Announced Under No Authentic or Disaggregated Data by Voters, PCs and PSs

First published on the website of TEFA on 22 December 2019. Kabul: IEC, 84 days after E-Day and with repetitive violation of the election calendar, finally managed to announce the preliminary result of the 2019 Presidential Election which TEFA embraces and accepts as an accomplishment of a serious milestone; however, it is

STATEMENT: Current electoral status requires deep restraint by election stakeholders, legal and peaceful corrective measures needed – TEFA

First published on the website of TEFA on 28 November 2019. 28. Nov.2019 KABUL – TEFA’s observation findings reveal that the 2019 presidential electoral process is severely harmed by technical and managerial challenges which can in turn undermine electoral integrity. Amidst this existing problematic and highly vulnerable electoral atmosphere, TEFA strongly believes

STATEMENT: Current state of election process requires efficient, transparent management of IEC, stakeholders’ cooperation needed — FEFA

First published on the website of FEFA on 27 November 2019. For immediate release The Free and Fair Elections Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA), is quite concerned about the current state of the elections. FEFA believes that, IEC failed in timely announcement of preliminary results, complying with the election calendar and to manage

2019 Afghan Presidential poll preliminary result delay, a serious concern — TEFA

TEFA’s Press Statement on Delays in disseminating the preliminary result of the 2019 Presidential Election 20 October 2019 KABUL| Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan as the most prominent election oversight body in Afghanistan who deployed exactly 5,200 trained, non-partisan, and professional field observers across the country to observe the 2019 presidential election

TEFA’s Preliminary Election Observation Report on the 2019 Afghan Presidential Election

Summary of TEFA’s observation findings from the 2019 Presidential Election The Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA) considers the 2019 election an important milestone for consolidating Afghanistan’s democracy despite all its challenges and constraints, and declares the 2019 presidential election a successful democratic practice should the process be concluded with justifiable results backed

FEFA observes polling center opening delays, voters list problems

Press Release Today, September 28, 2019 the conduct of presidential election is progress. The Free and Fair Elections Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA), sincerely thanks and appreciate the dedication and goodwill of the security forces for insuring the security, the services and the support of the Independent Election Commission for conducting and facilitating

FEFA Election Declaration

The voting process of the 2019 presidential election, is officially over. The Free and Fair Elections Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) forwards its sincere gratitude and thanks to all stakeholder parties, especially the brave security forces, IEC staff and the honorable people of Afghanistan, for their presence and participation in the process. By

TEFA’s observation findings from the 2019 voting phase

September.28th.2019 Duration: 09:30 - 04:00am Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan as the most prominent domestic oversight body, commenced its observation from the 2019 Presidential election in all 34 provinces of Afghanistan-in accordance with the international election standards, interventions and agreement by deploying 5,200 trained and non-partisan observers across the country. During the

TEFA deploys 5,200 observers for 2019 Afghan Presidential Election

TEFA’s Pre-2019 Presidential Election Press Release 26 September 2019 KABUL -- With only 1 day remaining for the 2019 Presidential election, Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA) through this press release explicitly announces its observation from the 2019 E-Day, shares its findings from the campaign period, and presents its concerns and requests

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