Afghanistan Elections: Round 2 Expected to Take Place in May, by Katey Hearth, at Mission Network News
"It looks like voters may be heading to the polls for a second time as candidates prepare for another go-round in Afghanistan elections. Preliminary results aren’t expected until April 24, but early reports indicate that none of the frontrunners hold over 50% of the national vote.
"Open Doors USA says no matter who wins, there won’t be much change for Christians. A recent poll shows nearly 60% of Afghan voters still want to see Islam in the political sphere.
“'Whatever the news emerging from Afghanistan may be in the next few weeks, let us not forget two things: there is hope for the country, and we need to continue in prayer,” says *Daniel, a persecution analyst for Open Doors World Watch Research."