Thursday, 29 January 2015
Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah's office has drawn a line in the sand on electoral reform, declaring Thursday that the upcoming parliamentary elections must not be held unless concerted changes are made to the country's electoral system, which Abdullah was a vocal critic of during his presidential bid in 2014.
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