Tolo News: US State Department has said the decision to launch a mass protest by the ousted Balkh governor Atta Mohammad Noor in 15 provinces is an internal issue of Afghanistan and that it should be dealt in Afghanistan by Afghan officials. Government and Jamiat have held more than 10 rounds of talks since the beginning
Tolo News: In his routine daily speech to the people, Atta Mohammad Noor, the ousted governor of Balkh, called [the] government an inactive and treacherous administration and argued that poverty and insecurity had increased due to the lack of leadership. He criticized government for President Ashraf Ghani’s recent move to pension off army generals and said
1TV: Powerful Afghan politician, Ata Mohammad Noor, on Saturday warned that President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah could face the same fate as Muammar Gaddafi, deposed Libyan dictator who was humiliated and shot following an uprising. “We will move ahead until power holders (Ghani and Abdullah) kneel down in front of the people,” Noor who has
Ayaz Gul VOA News January 18, 2018 ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN — The United States again has called on leaders in Afghanistan to resolve peacefully and expeditiously an ongoing dispute over the leadership transition in a northern province, where the powerful governor is refusing to relinquish control despite being ousted by the country’s president. The political crisis started
Tolo News: NUG commission head says the Constitution allows the country’s president to have too much power and likened the amount to that of a Sultan. Mohammad Natiqi, the head of the commission overseeing the implementation of the political agreement of the National Unity Government (NUG), reiterated a call on Wednesday for radical reforms to be
Tolo News: A group of 45 people from tribal elders, civil society activists and university lecturers have landed in Balkh province, in the north of Afghanistan, to end the ongoing rift between Presidential Palace and Atta Mohammad Noor by mediating between the two sides. Members of the group called on the two sides to consider the
1TV: Ata Mohammad Noor, who was ousted as governor of Balkh province a month ago, on Sunday warned that he would use revenues from lucrative Hairatan port if salaries are blocked. “My order is enforceable and no one can stop it,” Noor said during a gathering in Mazar-i-Sharif city. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Atta Mohammad Noor, the ousted governor of Balkh and CEO of Jamiat-e-Islami Party, at a gathering in Mazar-e-Sharif City on Saturday said ‘little progress’ has been made in government and Jamiat negotiations. “Jamiat-e-Islami and government negotiations are ongoing and we hope that the meetings and talks continue and resolve the problems through an agreement. I will call on you
1TV: Mohammad Dawood will be introduced as the governor of Balkh in a ceremony in Afghan National Army’s 209th Corps near the provincial capital Mazar-i-Sharif city, sources told 1TV. Dawood, who is living in Kabul, was introduced by President Ashraf Ghani to replace Ata Mohammad Noor as the governor of Balkh province over three weeks ago.
1TV: Noor, who is the executive chief of Jamiat-i-Islami political party, said that the provincial governors should be elected by the people. In an interview with Reuters, Noor accused Ghani of trying to remove a potential rival and divide Jamiat ahead of presidential election. Jamiat and the Kabul government have held three rounds of negotiations over