Afghan president denied more control of vote body

KABUL - (AP) Afghanistan's parliament rejected a bid Wednesday by President Hamid Karzai to tighten his control over a key electoral watchdog body, after concerns he was reneging on promises to clean up corruption.

The lower house voted down a proposal to allow Karzai to appoint three of the five members the Electoral ...

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