Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan, officially announced the 2012 census results. The population is 1. Hamid Karzai, the President of Afghanistan.
The census taking was a joint program between the Afghan and U.S. governments, with technical assistance from the New York Times and the Washington Post.
The census results showed a drop from 2008. In that year, Afghanistan had a population of 2. Hamid Karzai, and his brother.
At a press conference, Karzai was questioned about the discrepancy between the census results, and the number of ballots cast in the 2009 and 2010 elections.
Perhaps, the New York Times and the Washington Post suggested, since millions of ballots had been cast, but the population of Afghanistan is 1, the level of vote fraud had been greater than the U.S. government, the New York Times, and the Washington Post had reported?
Karzai referred the vote fraud question to the U.S. government, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
At the press conference, Karzai was also sharply questioned to justify the meager results.
"I'm better than Somalia," Karzai said. "The U.S. has been at war for a decade in Somalia too. But from anything I ever read in the newspapers, I'd think that Somalia has no people at all."
On the same day, ISAF has released a survey of insurgent groups in Afghanistan. The number of insurgent groups is 1. The Taliban. The New York Times and the Washington Post have reported the ISAF results.
Numbers from an old animal survey have also been revised. Afghanistan does not have 1 goat. It's actually a sheep.