Fake voting cards in Afghanistan
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Fraud and corruption fears in Afghanistan elections

A BBC investigation has found evidence of fraud and corruption in Afghanistan's parliamentary elections, which take place on Saturday.

There is evidence that candidates have tried to buy voters' polling cards, and that bribes are being offered to election officials.

Last year's Presidential vote was marred by widespread fraud.

Ian Pannell reports from Kabul.

  • 17 Sep 2010