The US Special Inspector General of Afghanistan warns against the loss of all achievements
Reporter: Sanaullah Nawabi
The United States Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, John Sopko, has warned that Afghanistan faces the threat of wasting 18 years of achievement in combating corruption, economy, women’s rights, and the reintegration of tens of thousands of Taliban fighters. “It’s up to the US government to warn that all of Afghanistan’s achievements are at risk of collapse,” Sopko wrote in a new report which was sent to US Congress. In fact, the country has faced financial, military, political, and economic threats that we have been dealing with in 18 years. ”
The US Special Inspector General also said: “The Afghan government must realize that the future of this land is now being seriously threatened and that the Tramp government and the Afghan government must work ahead of time to wipe out all the time. I believe that some measures should be taken in hand.”
Meanwhile, Patricia Gasman, a senior researcher at the Human Rights Watch, said women’s rights are now more than threatened by the loss of women’s rights in Afghanistan. He emphasizes that the achievements of Afghan women are fragile, and the Afghan constitution does not have the ability to protect these achievements, according to senior human rights watchdog officials, when it comes to peace, it is possible that these achievements are to a large extent to be preserved.