National unity of paramount importance: CMSJ
The Civil Movement of Social Justice (CMSJ), a civil society institute, said differences of opinions between leaders were previously behind the doors and the people had no knowledge about them.
But those differences surfaced publicly which showed that the governance would get worse if the situation was not controlled, the CMSJ warned.
Ahmad Zaki, head of the CMSJ, in a meeting held in Kabul said recent statements by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. Abdullah Abdulalh about his concerns about the government were earlier realized by the people.
“Abdullah who has 50 percent share in the national unity government said I am not convinced regarding performance of the government. I fear there will be no big achievement in the future too,” Zaki added.
A day earlier, Abdullah in a conference about human rights said: “The government’s efforts about human rights done in the past few months were not enough. We have already missed opportunities in this regard.”
“The CEO seat is not an imaginary, ceremonial or a gift by someone,” he said.
Another member of CMSJ Ghulam Mohammad Mohammadi said a political transition of the government should be more legitimate but he regretted violation of the constitution and election law during the election process.
“Our demand from the leaders is that to respect the agreement they signed during the formation of the national unity government,” he said.
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