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Abdullah Abdullah

ډاکټر عبدالله عبدالله | عبدالله عبدالله | Afghan politician and doctor of medicine, currently the leader of the Etelaf-e Milli.

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Ashraf Ghani

اشرف غني احمدزی | Prominent Afghan politician, currently the Chairman of the Institute for State Effectiveness and the head of the Afghan transition commission.

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Ali Ahmad Jalali

علي احمد جلالي | Former Interior Minister of Afghanistan, serving from 2003 to 2005.

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Gul Agha Sherzai

ګل آغا شېرزی | The Governor of Nangarhar province in Afghanistan since 2004.

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Ramazan Bashardost

رمضان بشردوست | Afghanistan's former Planning Minister and a current member of the National Assembly of Afghanistan.

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Zalmay Khalilzad

زلمی خلیلزاد / Currently a counselor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and president of Khalilzad Associates.

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Sayed Jalal

سیدجلال کریم | Citizen of Afghanistan who was a candidate in Afghanistan's 2009 Presidential elections.

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Hashem Taufiqui

الحاج محمد هاشم توفیقی | Afghan economist who has fulfilled different posts in the previous states of Afghanistan.

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QUICK OPINION


for4against   salam ___ yes the best is sayed jalal, alsamt- aldoosary
for3against   Dear Mr. Sulaiman sallam, pleas can you explain to us why Dr Abdullah is the best among all 40 candidates? thank you., soso
for2against   V Afghanistanu ted byli volby. Kdo je vůbec vyhrál?, eepepa
for2against   Dr abdullah Is the best among all 40 condedates .please think about his Idea for a better afghanistan ,and vote for him., sulaiman
for2against   sallam for every one-I am sure every one is waitting for unity of Dr Abdullah and Dr Ghani ,as I think if thses two best condetates join they will defeat Karzai 100 %., sulaiman
for1against   Lets try not to say someone is best, because we never know about someone's inside (belief, faith, other factors), Massoud
for1against   Everyone! please dont be discriminating. Dont just say abdulah because you are a tajik. Dont just say karzai because you are pashtoon. be rational and practical., Massoud
for1against   I would like to answer. Karzai has proved to be wrong. Ashraf Ghani is more of a theorisan. Bashardost is not a good diplomate. Now abdulah is the only option., Massoud
for1against   About sayed jala, he is like a child in comparison to dr abdullah, ghani and karzai. Just a child!, shekeb
for1against   Huma? what u no about Abdullah's background? That he fought all his life for the freedom of Afghanistan? He is an honest and selfish person., shekeb
for1against   Who ever say that Jalal is going to win so let me tell you that you are dreaming in the day every one of us knows that who deserves and who is going to win Best Luck Mr.Ghani, Paymaan
for1against   Dr.Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai is the Best and he is going to win just be prepaid friends for the votes and good future, Paymaan
for1against   we like abdullah but we not against other 40 candidates, ameen
for1against   As for me...Ashraf Ghani is th most qualified,determined and experienced person.He knows hw to deal wd th county's affairs..He should b voted., wikins
for1against   salam i am sure dr ramazan bashardost can bring peace and unity in afghanistan. so all the votes should be given to him many thanks., tolobma
for1against   Mr : omarb000 i agree with you about ashraf ghani and sayed jalal unity but i dont agree about abdullah .as far as we know his black background ., huma
for1against   Ashraf Ghani is an able candidate with good ideas for Afghan people. Would be nice if Ashraf G, Abdulla and Sayed J unit together to bring prosperity and peace for Afghans. Basir, omarb000
for1against   Dr.Abdullah Abdullah apperience is looks like a president he is the best one in AFG, zabih
for1against   Personally I totally agree what huma jan said. I know sayed jalal personally, I have seen him once in Saudi Arabia, I believe that we need his concept of (change ), jawed.ali
for1against   In my opinion lets, support sayed jalal, I believe he is fresh, young, clean and energetic. I think he is a bright hope to bring prosperity and unity to our beloved Afghanistan., hafeezyaqoob
for1against   salam to all ... i think the best is sayed jalal ... he dosnt have any black background .comparing to others ..over all wish bright future for us ., huma
for1against   No one from the candidates. Rest in peace, Mohammed Najibullah. Hero and freedom fighter against religious fanatism and colonialism., Evohe

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Statistics

Number of votesRatio
Abdullah922.17%
Ghani912.14%
Jalali140.33%
Sherzai90.21%
Bashardost631.48%
Khalilzad80.19%
Jalal380789.66%
Taufiqui1493.51%
OTHER130.31%
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