Corpus ID: 153446356

Afghanistan: Politics, Elections, and Government Performance

@inproceedings{Katzman2010AfghanistanPE,
  title={Afghanistan: Politics, Elections, and Government Performance},
  author={Kenneth Katzman},
  year={2010}
}
This report discusses the current political state of Afghanistan, as well as the Afghan government. This report also discusses Afghanistan's relationship with the United States, particularly U.S. efforts to urge President Hamid Karzai to address corruption within the Afghan government. 

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51 The seat allocation per province is the same as it was in the 2005 parliamentary election—33 seats up for election in Kabul
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@BULLET $248 million for rule of law and human rights; @BULLET $80 million for civil society building; and @BULLET $50 million for political competition and consensus building
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Afghanistan: Politics, Elections, and Government Performance Congressional Research Service 25
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Donors, including the United States, invested almost $500 million in 2009 to improve the capacity of the Afghan government to conduct the elections
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