An arrangement to structure a legislature of national solidarity in Afghanistan has been marked at a service in Kabul.
The marking comes after months of wrangling after presidential decisions in April and June.
Under the arrangement, Ashraf Ghani gets to be president while runner-up Abdullah chooses a CEO with forces like those of executive.
Later, the decision commission pronounced Mr Ghani as champ of the bitingly battled survey.
“The Independent Election Commission proclaims Ashraf Ghani as the president, and along these lines declares the end of race methodology,” commission boss Ahmad Yousaf Nuristani said without announcing the quantity of votes in favor of every applicant or the turnout figures.
Both sides had blamed the other for misrepresentation after the race and the months of instability have harmed the economy and exacerbated frailty.
Mr Ghani and Mr Abdullah consented to the arrangement at a broadcast function inside the presidential castle in the capital, Kabul. They then stood and grasped one another.
Man in Kabul watches force offering arrangement function on TV. 21 Sept 2014 Afghans viewed the notable service on live TV
Cordial Afghan President Hamid Karzai saluted the two men, saying that the assention was “for the advancement and improvement of this nation”.
“For the benefit of the Afghan country, I am saluting them on this comprehension and assention,” he said in his discourse.
The US hailed the arrangement as an “imperative open door for solidarity”.
“We help this understanding and stand prepared to work with the following organization to guarantee its prosperity,” White House representative Josh Earnest said.
Nato, which works the universal peacekeeping constrain in Afghanistan – said it trusted both pioneers could push ahead “in the soul of honest to goodness political organization”.
The force offering arrangement was at last arrived at after a complete review of each of the eight million votes, handled by US Secretary of State John Kerry.
BBC Afghanistan journalist David Loyn, who has seen a duplicate of the assention, says it deflects potential brutality by supporters of Mr Abdullah.
The assention says the new CEO will be liable to Mr Ghani, despite the fact that he has lost a fight to be confirmed after the declaration of the decision come about, our journalist says.
Examination: David Loyn, BBC News, Afghanistan
The formation of the administration of national solidarity will now reduce the significance of the decision result. I comprehend that after the review the last hole between the two hopefuls was short of what three focuses – a noteworthy cut from Ashraf Ghani’s lead after the first tally of 13 focuses.
A president who has fabricated a global notoriety as a honest technocrat is discolored by the way that a large portion of the extortion in the race was found to be in his votes.
The new Afghan government will have a bureau of priests, including the CEO and two agents, led by the president who will take key choices. Regular organization will be done by another Council of Ministers, led by the CEO, and including all priests.
One real issue that isolated both camps was over arrangements. Abdullah won the battle to have the capacity to choose senior positions on terms of “equality” with Ashraf Ghani, and “the two groups will be just as spoken to at the initiative level”.
Anyhow errands further down will be “fairly” imparted – so there won’t be an one-for-one present of employments the nation over. Ashraf Ghani is eager to make significant changes, and has secured the wording he needs on the development of a “legitimacy based” instrument to choose senior authorities.