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Reconciliation govt to break deadlocks, suggests Nabil

Reconciliation govt to break deadlocks, suggests Nabil

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Dec 05, 2019 - 19:07

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Presidential candidate Rahmatullah Nabil on Thursday said the government, the Talibaninfo-icon and politicians should agree on a reconciliation government to end the current deadlocks.

Addressing a press conference here, Nabil said people had no problem with the word “republic”, but they opposed injustices happening under this name.

The Afghan people neither wanted Emirates nor republic under which the law was violated and rules of democracy trampled upon, he said.

He added that many national issues faced deadlock in current situation. “The war in Afghanistaninfo-icon is in deadlock in which thousands of people lose their lives every year while the government, the international community, the Taliban and politicians give us no hopes the conflict will end”, he said.

All Afghans were tired of the ongoing situation and all wanted to take Afghanistan out of the crisis, he said.

Worldinfo-icon’s surveys show that the Afghan people are the most suffered people the most hopeless in the ongoing situation,” he added.

Nabil said the peace process also faced deadlock as no sides had so far provided a list of negotiating members. “Politicians have their own agenda while the government is concerned about its survival and ordinary people are ones who have to sacrifice their lives”, he added.

He said a great opportunity for Afghanistan and democracy which was election had also been failed. He stressed transparency in election and said fraudulent votes should be separated from genuine ones.

“If the election cannot become transparent, we have a propose to break this deadlock,” he said, adding breaking this deadlock required sacrifices from the government, the Taliban and politicians.

“We should give sacrifice for the survival of Afghanistan”, he said, adding that governments that created deadlocks and tensions should be ignored.

He said suggested intra-Afghan talks and creation of a reconciliation government, asking the government to cancel the election yielded no results and the Taliban to announce ceasefire.

Nabil said the reconciliation government should be formed of figures not involved in past wars, corruption, murders and discrimination.

He added that a joint committee of the Afghan government, politicians and Taliban should be created and the UN could supervise it. The proposed should be led by a neutral person who would be acceptable to all and this arrangement should be made outside Pakistaninfo-icon and others’ hands,” he said.

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