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Afghan supreme court extends Ashraf Ghani's term until delayed elections

WorldNews Sunday, 21 April 2019
Afghan supreme court extends Ashraf Ghani's term until delayed electionsKabul: Afghanistan´s supreme court on Sunday said it had extended the term of President Ashraf Ghani until delayed elections take place -- resolving for now the question of what would happen after his term expires on May 22. Presidential elections were initially slated for April 20, but Afghan election officials were unprepared for a new nationwide poll so soon after October parliamentary elections. With some final results from that election still pending, the...
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