More than 200 allegations of irregularities in last week's presidential elections in Afghanistan have been registered, according to the independent commission set up to handle such complaints.
Despite domestic accusations from one of the presidential candidates that the vote was rigged, the U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan called the election "a very well-organized campaign."
"The Afghan-led independent electoral commission looks like it managed a pretty good process," Ambassador Karl Eikenberry said Sunday. "There's adjudication systems that have been set up, an electoral complaints commission. There was a media complaints commission that was set up." Read full article »
CNN's Kevin Flower contributed to this report
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