Khaama: The newly established Afghanistan Justice and Freedom party, which is led by Sarwar Danesh, the former vice president, called for a referendum on the federal system as a meaningful way for the country to climb out of its current crisis. According to the newly formed party, attempting to contrast the “modern” federal system with
8am: This type of political system exists in developed countries of the world such as the United States of America, the federal government of Germany, Pakistan, India, Canada, Switzerland, and 16 other countries. Racial, religious, and linguistic diversity in some countries compelled them to move toward federalism to create a system responsive to the needs
Aamaj: The founder and president of Massoud foundation, Ahmad Wali Massoud tweeted that the international community must realize that it is not possible to form an inclusive government under Taliban rule. “Decentralising the power structure to engage all provinces is the first step to real inclusivity,” Massoud said. Click here to read more (external link).
Ayaz Gul VOA News February 25, 2018 ISLAMABAD — U.S.-led diplomatic efforts appear to have persuaded ousted Afghanistan provincial governor Atta Mohammad Noor to postpone this week’s planned anti-government demonstration. Noor governed the northern Afghan province of Balkh for 13 years until he was removed from office in December by President Ashraf Ghani. But he refused
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