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PublishDate: Thursday, December 22, 2011 12:12

The government tries to merge the Taliban into political structure

The government against the Afghan inter

"The government is somehow supporting the Taliban and is trying to merge the group in the political structure of the government," Ahmad Zia Massoud said as AOP reported.
"The government is working against the interests of all Afghans, but considers every tiny interest of the Taliban."
He called the political role of Jihadis symbolic in the government and said that Afghanistan is in a bad situation.
"Those Mujahiddin working in the government have a symbolic role," he said. "They have no power and have to work in the interest of the current government."
He emphasised on basic reforms in the political structure of the government and said that Afghanistan should have a parliamentary regime.
"The National Front of Afghanistan believes that a responsible government should rule the country," Mr Massoud said. "It should be responsible to the parliament, it means a parliamentarian regime should rule the country, so, the coalition believes that a parliamentary regime will lead to economical and social development."
The comments come as some Afghan experts believe that most members of the National Front of Afghanistan allies are currently close supporters of President Hamid Karzai.


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