Foreign observers express satisfaction over poll process in PeshawarFebruary 18th, 2008 - 5:03 pm ICT by admin
Peshawar, Feb 18 (ANI): Foreign observers, ambassadors and analysts visited several polling booths in Peshawar today and expressed satisfaction over the poll process.
According to The News, the observers said that Pakistan’s polling process is not much different from other countries.
The difference is in political parties and polling symbols, they added.
Commenting on some polling stations, observers said that most of the voters preferred to stay away due to security concerns.
Foreign observers are from the United States, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, Britain, Germany and France as well as from Japan, Bosnia, China, Nigeria, Belgium, India, Estonia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Some observers have come from Holland, Scotland, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Hungary. (ANI)
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