Afghan demonstrators shout slogans in support of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah in Herat June 22, 2014. (REUTERS/Mohammad Shoib)
KABUL: Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah said Monday he may end his boycott of the election vote count following the resignation of a senior official accused of fraud.
"Now the door is open for us to talk to the (election) commission and talk about the conditions and circumstances that will help the process," Abdullah told reporters in Kabul.
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