British Foreign Secretary David Miliband said Friday he has "concerns" about serious allegations of fraud in last month's Afghanistan presidential elections. "We will not be party to any whitewash when it comes to the elections," Miliband said while talking to a local news channel. "That's why the United Nations established the electoral complaints commission, it's why they've dismissed the results from 83 polling stations, so of course we have concerns about very serious allegations of fraud."