Afghan women's rights crucial poll topic

Several female candidates are on campaign trail trying to get more women involved in the April 5 election.

    Women's rights are likely to be a crucial issue in the upcoming election in Afghanistan.
     
    Several female candidates are already on the campaign trail and they're trying to get more women involved in the April 5th vote.

    Bernard Smith travelled to Wardak with one vice presidential candidate and her team.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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