June Afghan Elections in Doubt Elections in Afghanistan scheduled for June could be delayed, despite a new U.N. plan to register millions of Afghan voters. Security concerns are hampering efforts to recruit voter registration volunteers, and the effort is far behind schedule. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Barnett Rubin, a former adviser to the U.N. envoy to Afghanistan.
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June Elections for Afghanistan in Doubt

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June Elections for Afghanistan in Doubt

June Elections for Afghanistan in Doubt

June Elections for Afghanistan in Doubt

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Elections in Afghanistan scheduled for June could be delayed, despite a new U.N. plan to register millions of Afghan voters. Security concerns are hampering efforts to recruit voter registration volunteers, and the effort is far behind schedule. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Barnett Rubin, a former adviser to the U.N. envoy to Afghanistan.