KABUL, Afghanistan (CNN) -- The U.N.-backed Electoral Complaints Commission in Afghanistan announced Monday it has completed its investigation into fraud allegations stemming from the August 20 presidential election.
The ECC issued three decisions, including ordering Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission to invalidate 210 polling stations where it found "clear and convincing evidence of fraud."
That is less than 4 percent of the more than 6,000 polling stations available during the election.
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