One-Quarter of Ballots Nullified for Fraud in Afghan Elections

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Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission has thrown out almost 25 percent of the 5.6 million votes cast in last month's parliamentary election. The issues are fraud and corruption, including citizens forced to cast votes at gunpoint. Alissa Rubin is Kabul Bureau Chief for the New York Times.

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Guest:
Alissa Johannsen Rubin - New York Times - @alissanyt

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Warren Olney

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Andrea Brody, Christian Bordal, Sonya Geis