In a statement, ECC said that it had received complaints from people about premature campaigning ahead of the vote.
According to the official timetable, campaigning for the vote will begin on 28 July. It will end after 60 days on 25 September.
ECC warned candidates not to hold gatherings, premature campaign, negative rivalry and activities deemed as campaign.
ECC warned that violators would face legal actions that could include deprivation from campaign period, participation in elections or fine.
Afghanistan’s presidential election is scheduled to be held on 28 September.