Who can vote in Afghanistan?
Most people have the ability to vote. Women have recently gained that right, but it is strongly discouraged and some women are threatened for voting
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Location of Afghanistan Afghanistan is located in south-central Asia. According to Columbia Encyclopedia, "Afghanistan is bordered by Iran on the west, by Pakistan on the ea…st and south, and by Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan on the north; a narrow strip, the Vakhan (Wakhan), extends in the northeast along Pakistan to the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China." See Web Links for maps related to Afghanistan
Afghanistan is a landlocked country in the Middle East, and south west asia. North of it is Turkmenistan, Uzbakistan and Tajikistan . West of it is Iran . East and So…uth of it is Pakistan . An Islamic Republic.
Afghanistan is in Asia. Asia is a continet. Which means Afghanistan is in Middle-East of Asia. The bordering countries are Pakistan, India, etc.
They have an organized democratic election every five years.
Generally, they can vote. This was caused by the US intervention which sent a lot of the Taliban and the like to other parts of the country, e.g. villages in the mountains. Of… course women who are being controlled by those groups do not get the privilege to vote. Also many traditional families in the Afghan cities prohibit the right to vote for their women because of their beliefs.
Is WHO from Afghanistan??
Yes, they have an election every five years. If no one candidate has a majority of votes, a second round of voting is held with the 2 candidates who have received the most vot…es for president.
Armed forces around the world are bravely fighting in Afghanistan due a constant terror threat. A Taliban fighter said on camera: "Once we have taken Afghanistan, we will take… move west. Invading England and America." Also, next to Afghanistan is Iran. Iran have nuclear power, which, if the Taliban and al'Qaeda got a hold of, could be awful. US army is cultivating opium and selling billions and billions of dollars worth of heroin to the whole world, just like they do in South America with cocaine.
good question are you askin goes you want to go or something well anyways in Afghanistan you can have fun like it has really nice weather and good places like rivers and mount…ains and you can swim or do fishing anything you want in the rivers atleast it ain't like London no offence yeah but if you live there then its bit of hard work
A country is a nation, and Afghanistan predates nations as a placeof settlement by about 50,000 years. At least people have beenknown to live there for about that long. In fac…t, Afghanistan isthought to be one of the oldest permanent settlement sights known,possibly predating Egypt and Mesopotamia. The political history of Afganistan is varied, beginning around 550BCE with the First Persian Empire under which the disparate tribesfrom India to modern Greece, and as far south as Egypt wereunified. This continued in 336 BCE under the Macedonian Empire,ruled by Alexander. In 322 BCE, with the death of Alexander, theterritory passed to the Maurya Empire of India and this lasteduntil around 185 BCE. The Mauryan's bumped up against the risingGreco-Bactrian Kingdom, who took over a large part of the Afghanterritory after 180 BCE. For the next 1800 years, Afghanistan andportions of it were passed among many different kingdoms andempires. Among these were the Kushans, Sasanians, Hephthalites,Kabul Shahi, Islamic Empires, Saffarid Dynasty, Samanid Empire,Gaznavids, Ghurids, Kartids, Timurids, Mughals, Hotaki Dynasty, andthe Durrani Dynasty. The Hotaki and Durrani Dynasties mark the beginning of the modernAfghan state with the rise of the Pashtun in 1709. After theAnglo-Afghan War in 1919, King Amanullah began to westernize thegovernment, but his efforts failed because of pressure from Islamicconservatives. During the Cold War, Afghanistan was a bufferbetween much of the confflict between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. The1979 Soviet invasion and war with the (partially) US backedMujahideen (direct lineage of the Taliban), the current war inAfghanistan, and the shaky nature of their government is a directresult of the "political" involvement of the US and Soviet Union inthe area post WW2.
They have it all night long
Yes in aug 24, 2009
What was the Senate vote that confirmed Gen David Petraeus as the next commander of war in Afghanistan?
Unanimous! Everyone supported it!
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