Atta: Recent changes have been made by the leadership of the government, unlawful and contrary to political morality
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
On the first day of the year, the work of the National Unity Government ended, and the new government would be replaced, but it turns out that this transfer of power does not take place in accordance with the constitution of the country, and the holding of presidential elections has already been postponed.
Atta Mohammad Noor, executive director of the Islamic Democratic Party of Afghanistan, wrote on his Facebook page: “While the government’s continued post-First Government is illegal and illegitimate, recent government moves include introducing new ministers and ambassadors, not only, but also There is no law that is unlawful, contrary to political ethics and contrary to the spirit of the campaign.
Mr. Nour adds Ashraf Ghani, as a presidential candidate, does not effectively abandon his supranational powers in practice, which has become a weapon against other candidates.
Mr. Noor emphasized: We are all lining up against the illegitimate and illegal actions of the government.
This is while John Doe, the US ambassador to Kabul, said that the work of the National Unity Government ended in accordance with the constitution of Afghanistan.