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The Afghanistan Independent Election Commission (IEC) has sent ballot

boxes to polling centers to all provinces of Afghanistan, where there are

transportation facilities.

Where there is a not transportation facility, the IEC transports ballot

boxes by donkeys, houses and etc, on Election Day (Saturday 18

September 2010).

The IEC employed 3,020 District Field Coordinators, 86,575 polling staff

and 2,240contingency staff for the election process throughout the

country

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  1. This election will, among many other things, test the international community’s patience for afghansitan
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