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October 19, 2019
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Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah withdraws from race


KABUL: Afghan presidential candidate Abdulla Abdullah has withdrawn himself from the race of presidency ending a prolonged stand-off over disputed election results.

Announcing his withdrawal from Presidency, he said that Ashraf Ghani must be new President of Afghanistan.

The both candidates have brokered a power-sharing deal which would be signed today.

As per agreement they were agreed to form national government in Afghanistan.

Abdullah Abdullah will nominate “Chief Executive Officer” possibly taking on the role himself will be regarded as Prime Minister.