He is likely to lead Afghanistan governing board, rather the state would be concentrated in power Taliban Supreme Leader Haibatullah Akunjada. Although it is certain that the country it won’t be a democracy and will be governed by Sharia law, senior Taliban spokesman Wahidula Hashimi was quoted by Reuters.
according to him, The new power structure will remind ruled by the Taliban Period 1996-2001 The Taliban was then led by their supreme leader, Mullah Omar, who later withdrew from making decisions on day-to-day issues and handed them over to a governing board. They kept global or long-term solutions to themselves.
Hashimi remarked that while many governance issues are yet to be resolved, Afghanistan will not be a democracy as there is no basis for it.
“there will be no democratic systemBecause it has no basis in our country. We will not even discuss any political system in Afghanistan, because it is clear that it is law of Sharia. ”- he explains.
According to Hashimi, the question of Afghan women’s rights The decision to study and work will be done by Advice from Islamic theologians. Similarly, there will be a decision on what should be the mandatory clothes for women.
Like Mullah Omar in the past, Ahundzada is expected to have supreme power over the Governing Council, and role of president to be driven by one of his representatives.
Ashraf Ghani in UAE, planning to return to Afghanistan
He dismissed claims that he exported $169 million …
Meanwhile, however, the country’s elected president Ashraf Ghani, The one who left the country is not resigned.
Ghani left Afghanistan on 15 August, when Taliban capture Kabul. According to him, he was forced to do so to avoid bloodshed. The president now lives in the United Arab Emirates, but he announced that intends to return in his homeland.
“I’m consulting now and I plan to return To continue efforts to restore justice for Afghans,” Ghani said in a video address to the Afghan people.
According to him, he was forced to emigrate so that there is no bloodshed.
NATO Foreign Minister will meet in case of emergency due to Afghanistan
Virtual meeting on 20th August…
The situation in Afghanistan has provoked concern in the international community.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said he is used to it An Extraordinary Meeting of the Coalition Foreign Ministers on 20 August. The NATO headquarters in Afghanistan continues to function.
The situation in Afghanistan is being discussed intensively in European institutions – c The European Commission, for example European Parliament, and in the format of foreign ministers.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, on his part, said that he is using a virtual . ready to host G7 leaders meetinghandjob In which mainly the deteriorating situation of the Arab country will be discussed.
This topic was also discussed by security Council in the United Nations.
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