Afghans went to the polls in August to vote for president and the main challenger of the incumbent, Hamid Karzai was former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah (pictured). The poll has been beset by serious fraud allegations and the UN-backed election complaints commission ordered a partial recount. Marco Werman talks with Dr. Abdullah about democracy in Afghanistan.
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