(TOLO news): A number of electoral groups and election-monitoring bodies say the process of moving these devices is going too slow, providing time to access and alter results. The critics also say there is no oversight on how these devices have been secured in provincial centers, which matters because the time setting of biometric devices can be adjusted, making fraud possible. And, “Aside from the problem of altering the time, the other issue is how long the device was used—24 hours? If someone wanted to, they could control the sim cards in the devices to allow for more time to vote,” said Noor Rahman Akhlaqi, a member of Abdullah’s team. An election commissioner, Mawlana Abdullah, told TOLOnews on Friday that biometric devices of more than 21 provinces have reached Kabul and other devices will be safely transferred to Kabul. Addressing the possibility of fraud, Abdullah said: “Even if they set it up today, they would still have to process someone to vote, have a photo, have a finger print, and do other steps that are impossible except on election day.” Currently voting data is being entered into the IEC Central Bank. Measures have been taken to monitor this process: “With the screen installed here we can zoom in on every computer and every desk and can see all their work closely,” said Mohammad Hassan Rasouli, an election observer at the IEC. The presidential election was held on September 28, and according to IEC numbers, more than two and a half million people cast votes in this election.