In a public intervention on Wednesday, Ashraf Ghani rejected the idea of a transitional government and stated that he was prepared to organize a presidential election in the next six months and he would not participate.
This is the last stop before the American diplomat who considers himself the future of the country. On Wednesday, April 7, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani disclosed details of his plan to oppose Washington’s proposed alternative peace plan at a Turkish meeting attended by the Taliban in mid-April.
He said that this project must ensure “Only the Afghan people can determine their future leaders. No one can appoint the future leaders of Afghanistan from the outside. This is our right, our constitutional principles and the aspirations of our country.”. Between the personal strategy of political survival and the kicking of executives who Americans believe are responsible for the deadlocked peaceful dialogue, facing the final withdrawal of the troops, this is an even greater obstacle.
In fact, this new peace proposal came at a time when the United States had submitted a plan to end the crisis to warring Afghans in early April. The substance and form of the plan sounded indifferent to the Syrian regime. In a threatening way, this endless war is partly attributable to the head of American diplomacy, Mr. Ghani, who instructed the Afghan head of state to move forward in the coming months. It specifically stipulates the obligation to establish an interim government that links the Kabul regime with the Taliban.
As far as Ghana is concerned, he believes that it is unacceptable that the transitional government is not the result of election negotiations. “I only accept the government elected by the people”, He promised, adding that he was prepared to organize a presidential election in the next six months, and made it clear that he would not participate in the election.
The election will be at “A political agreement with the Taliban and a ceasefire supervised by other countries”. Only at the end of this consultation, the Taliban were invited to participate, “Peace Government” A national unification plan will be formed to get the country back on its feet and support the new constitution.
At the same time, the Taliban have always expressed their opposition to any form of election. They believe that the only basis for the discussion is the pre-peace agreement they signed with only the Americans in Doha, Qatar, on February 29, 2020. The text specifically pointed out that Washington and NATO have committed to withdraw all their forces before 1.Yes Considering the departure time of nearly 10,000 personnel and their equipment in the logistics field, it seems difficult to maintain this date today.
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