Kabul: War-torn Afghanistan has delayed its presidential election until September 28, officials announced Wednesday, the second time the ballot has been put back and five months later than it was originally scheduled to be held. Also Read - President Joe Biden to Withdraw US Troops From Afghanistan by September 11

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) said the vote had faced “numerous problems and challenges, and there needs to be reforms along with preparation for the future election, therefore holding the elections based on the timelines previously announced is not possible”. Also Read - Zimbabwe to Host 1st International Team in Over a Year

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