"I'll never participate in elections in the future and won't let my family either."
The hasty U.S. troop withdrawal leaves Afghanistan vulnerable to Taliban
Preliminary results said that Ashraf Ghani had won the election to be president
Ashraf Ghani's rival Abdullah Abdullah came second with 43.56 percent of the vote, the Independent Election Commission said.
Abdullah's party aired what it said were intercepted phone conversations in which he ordered officials to stuff ballot boxes
"I have always maintained that the main rival is fraud," Abdullah, a former anti-Taliban resistance fighter, told reporters
The vote pits former anti-Taliban fighter Abdullah Abdullah against ex-World Bank economist Ashraf Ghani
If none of the candidates gets more than 50 percent, a runoff will have to be held, at the earliest in late May
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