Afghanistan only reaches the news these days when there is another vicious attack or other form of violence. Sunday, on the first day of the presidential election campaigns, it was hit again. Correspondent Aletta André and C4C’s Willem van de Put talk about how the country is doing after 18 years of war. On Dutch radio 1 – here.
"In fact, the government has nothing to say about more than half of the country," says Van de Put. "And if nobody takes a radical step, it will still be like that in 5 years."
Afghanistan komt vooral in het nieuws als er een aanslag of een andere vorm van geweld is. Zondag, op de eerste dag van de campagnes voor de presidentsverkiezingen, was het weer raak. In De Dag vertellen correspondent Aletta André en Afghanistan-kenner Willem van de Put hoe het land er na 18 jaar oorlog voorstaat.
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