What do you consider the most important issue of the next election?
Q: How will you run for president when you don't meet the legal age requirement of 40 to be a candidate?
Q: Why do you think you could unite the country and lead it into the future when so many of your former allies have abandoned you?
Q: What do you say to people who say you used your position as the governor of Balkh to become hugely wealthy?
Q: How have your views changed between your involvement with with the Communist regime to your roles with the Karzai government?
Q: What do you say to Afghans who blame you for interfering in Afghanistan and foisting President Karzai on Afghanistan?
Q: After spending so many years living in the West how can Afghan voters trust you?
Q: Why are you talking about forming a coalition with two warlords that your brother fought and who are alleged to have committed numerous human rights atrocitities?
Q: How will you convince conservative voters that a woman can lead the country?
Q: What makes you different from your brother?