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Ungenügender Status Quo

Kommentar

Nach abermaligen Mängeln bei den jüngsten Parlamentswahlen steht Afghanistan vor der Alternative, erkannte Fehler zu korrigieren oder den politischen Systemkollaps zu riskieren.

Parlamentswahlen in Afghanistan

Demokratie ohne Parteien?

Das Wahljahr 2010 ist für Afghanistan bislang das blutigste Jahr seit der Vertreibung der Taliban. Trotz erodierender Sicherheitslage wählt Afghanistan am 18. September 2010 ein neues Parlament. Aus diesem Anlass haben die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung und das National Centre for Policy Research (NCPR) der Universität Kabul eine Umfrage durchgeführt, die Meinungstrends der afghanischen Gesellschaft widerspiegelt.

Voting and Campaigning For Our Future

Handbook for Afghan Elections

The intention of this handbook aims to increase the general knowledge of the electoral process. One can learn about the basic rights, roles and responsibilities of citizenship within a representative democracy. It provides information particular relevant not only for broad public and potential and actual candidates, but also for journalists and also government officials.

Parliamentary Bulletin 06/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about June 2009. With this coverage the publication series ends.

Parliamentary Bulletin 04 & 05/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about April and May 2009.

Meinungsumfrage zu den Präsidentschaftswahlen in Afghanistan

Aktuelle Meinungstrends, Wahlkampf und Kandidaten

Afghanistan wählt am 20. August 2009 zum zweiten Mal seit der Vertreibung der Taliban einen Staatspräsidenten. Das Ergebnis der Wählerregistrierung, die am 18. Februar 2009 abgeschlossen wurde, stimmte viele Beobachter optimistisch: Mit rund 17 Millionen registrierten Wählern wurden die Erwartungen übertroffen.

Parliamentary Bulletin 03/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about March 2009.

Parliamentary Bulletin 02/2009

What Happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about February 2009.

Discovering Democracy

Young Kabul Art

When the Taliban destroyed the Buddha statue in Bamyan in March 2001, theenormous dimension of their strategy of cultural destruction became visible. Theproject “Discovering Democracy – Young Kabul Art 2007” supported not only thereconstruction process of the first working circles of young Afghan artists also thethoughtfulness of the participants was focused on democracy because democracycannot only be described as the state of the art, also it can be stated artistically.

Parliamentary Bulletin 01/2009

What happens in the Afghan Parliament?

The Parliamentary Bulletin covers on a monthly base issues discussed in the Afghan Parliament. Additionally, chosen MPs make a contribution. Please follow the link to read more about January 2009.