In the polls, which the United Nations is helping organize, more than 11 million Afghans will chose from 6,000 candidates at 30,000 polling stations in a war-battered country with little infrastructure facing an increasingly violent Taliban insurgency.
Erben said the polls would be far more complex than October's presidential elections, which had only 18 candidates.
He also said security is a concern.
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