KABUL, July 20 (Xinhua) -- Vote auditing of Afghan presidential runoff was suspended on Sunday, local media reported.
"The process of auditing the votes cast in presidential runoff was suspended on Sunday due to differences between the observers of Abdullah Abdullah's team with Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai over auditing votes in some ballot boxes," Tolo television reported in its news bulletin.
Afghan presidential runoff was held on June 14 between Abdullah and Ghani Ahmadzai. However, Abdullah has accused the election commissions of committing fraud and demanded auditing of the votes be in the presence of international observers including UN.
Auditing process of more than 8 million votes which begun on July 17 would be completed within three to four weeks, according to officials with the election commissions.