Election officials have said ballot counting is over
A leading group of election observers say there was widespread voting fraud and intimidation during Thursday's presidential election in Afghanistan.
Stuffed ballot boxes, illiterate voters being told who to vote for and biased officials were cited by Afghanistan's Free and Fair Election Foundation.
However EU monitors said that despite widespread intimidation and violence, the vote was generally good and fair.
There have been rival claims of victory but no winner has been announced.
The chief EU observer said it was still early days in assessing the election.
The Free and Fair Election Foundation's provisional report also details accounts of multiple voting, under-age voting and election officials being ejected from polling stations by representatives of candidates.
COUNTING THE VOTES
Counting began after polls closed at 1700 local time on Thursday
Votes counted by hand at each of the 6,200 polling stations
Polling stations are required to post their results immediately, to prevent fraud
Candidates' representatives are also given immediate access to results
The counting appeared to be completed by Friday lunchtime, with official returns due over the weekend
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