What to Expect from Afghan Elections Daoud Sultanzoy, a member of the Afghan Parliament, says that "somewhere we lost the momentum" against the Taliban, because international partners were not able to "take us over the hump." He also explains why the election is so historic.
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What to Expect from Afghan Elections

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What to Expect from Afghan Elections

What to Expect from Afghan Elections

What to Expect from Afghan Elections

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Daoud Sultanzoy, a member of the Afghan Parliament, says that "somewhere we lost the momentum" against the Taliban, because international partners were not able to "take us over the hump." He also tells Alex Cohen why the election is so historic.