In an announcement on Monday,
The commission said that they were still investigating complaints of alleged vote-rigging and that the final results would be announced after the complaints commission recounted a number of votes
The announcement came after last-minute talks by the candidates in an effort to try and resolve a standoff over the election outcome.
Ghani's camp said the two sides had agreed to audit an additional 7,100 polling stations to ensure the final result is clean but Abdullah's aides said the compromise was not final.
Both rounds of the vote to elect a successor to incumbent President
Abdullah, a former anti-Taliban fighter, insists the results should be delayed until all fraudulent voted have been thrown
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