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Stalled Afghan election audit resumes

Stalled Afghan election audit resumes

Updated 5 August 2014, 11:15 AEST

After a third suspension, Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission has begun an audit of the contested presidential votes.

One of the two candidates, Abdullah Abdullah has decided to be part of the audit, after initially refusing to participate.

And even after the audit is successfully completed, Afghanistan's stability is by no means assured.

Reporter: Kanaha Sabapathy

Speaker: Rasphal Khosa, independent defence analyst

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