Governance in Afghanistan: Marjah Council elections

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Department: Foreign Office

Published: 2011-03-02 13:03:40

The first ever District Community Council elections in Marjah symbolise the progress achieved in security and governance in this district of Helmand.

This government news item was published on the Foreign Office website on the 02 March 2011.

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