Abdullah: The charge of sexual harassment in presidential palace must be investigated
Reporter: Sayed Mujtaba Sadat
At the meeting of Ministers Council, which was held today at the Chief Executive office Palace, the country’s chief executive has called for an investigation on behalf of allegations of sexual harassment in the presidential palace. Abdullah Abdullah said at the meeting of Minister’s council: “The issue of accusations of the presidential palace in connection with sexual harassment should be vigorously pursued.
Mr. Abdullah also added: “The charges against the presidential palace are very dangerous and disturbing, and these allegations have shocked the public opinion, so the people of Afghanistan are demanding that this issue should be reviewed in accordance with the laws of the country.” The 50 percent partner of the government insists on revising these allegations, on which a spokesman for the presidential palace yesterday said all these issues are false and baseless.