Elections en Afghanistan: le milliardaire de Kaboul

Le premier tour des présidentielles afghanes a lieu ce samedi. Le candidat le plus controversé est Abdul Rasul Sayyaf. Récit d’un parcours hors-norme de celui qui fut l’ami de Ben Laden par Emmanuel Derville, envoyé spécial en Afghanistan.

Reportage>Emmanuel Derville, Envoyé spécial en Afghanistan
A supporter of Afghan presidential candidate and former Mujahideen leader and hardline Islamist Abdul Rasul Sayyaf records footage on his mobile phone during an election rally in Shakardara district of Kabul province on March 14, 2014. Afghanistan's April 5 election is the third presidential poll since the fall of the Taliban with 11 candidates contesting the polls. AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar
A supporter of Afghan presidential candidate and former Mujahideen leader and hardline Islamist Abdul Rasul Sayyaf records footage on his mobile phone during an election rally in Shakardara district of Kabul province on March 14, 2014. Afghanistan's April 5 election is the third presidential poll since the fall of the Taliban with 11 candidates contesting the polls. AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar ©AFP
Le premier tour des présidentielles afghanes a lieu ce samedi. Le candidat le plus controversé est Abdul Rasul Sayyaf....

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