The interim government wanted majority or minority?

Shams Haqjoo
Will the US peace plan establish a “peace transitional state” be accepted by the parties to the country’s current conflict?
During a recent visit to Kabul, US State Department Special Envoy
Zalmai Khalilzad presented a plan to the Afghan government and several Afghan politicians. The plan envisions a transitional government. Predicts several possible scenarios for creating a government under the name of “Transitional Peace Government.” According to the plan, a new political structure called the “Transitional Peace Government of Afghanistan” will be established, with “three independent and equal executive powers, the National Assembly and the Legislature, with a Supreme Court and local courts.” According to the document, a “Supreme Council of Islamic Jurisprudence and a Constitutional Amendment Commission” will also be established.

If the Afghan government and the Taliban agree on this plan, a high-level meeting will be held with Afghan politicians in Turkey, which will be very similar to the first Bonn meeting. The meeting will be attended by representatives of major countries involved in the Afghan issue, including its neighbors and representatives of international organizations, including NATO and the United Nations.


One of this document’s critical points is that the Taliban pledged to close all their organizations in neighboring countries and move their offices and members into Afghanistan after agreeing on this plan.

According to the document, all current Afghan laws, including the existing constitution and Afghanistan’s international obligations, will remain until the new constitution is adopted. According to this document, the existing constitution will be used as the following constitution’s primary framework.

Unfortunately, in this plan, the executive mechanisms for establishing a transitional government of peace and issues related to the global ceasefire and Afghanistan’s neutrality policy are neither well defined nor guaranteed. As the current conflict in Afghanistan is rooted in Pakistan’s rapid interference in our internal affairs, there is no mention of eliminating the Pakistani military’s role, especially the IAEA, in the ongoing war in Afghanistan, other than dismantling the Taliban offices and security establishment in that country. It is not considered. Most importantly, there is a global ceasefire after the signing of this agreement, which does not have a precise mechanism for monitoring its implementation, reflecting the significant role and participation of the international community and the region’s countries. A meeting is scheduled to be held on March 18 in Russia and later on March 28 in Turkey.

However, it should note that the current government of Afghanistan is an Islamic state, with a constitution, three branches of government, a republican system and religious and social values, and a strong army, police, and national security that has been equipped, financed, and Has received professional training and is now able to defend and protect the territorial integrity and national honor of the country, which the enemies of peace, tranquility, and progress of the Afghan people are once again trying to create an interim government and achieve narrow interests and goals. On the other hand, the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan over the past two decades to establish trade relations with countries around the world, especially countries in the region, construction of economic infrastructure in the country, freedom of expression, construction of government offices and equipping it with the system Advanced and … is one of the achievements of the government and people of Afghanistan by sacrificing hundreds of thousands of our compatriots.

Afghanistan’s government is not a government in the preliminary or newly created stage that needs to establish an interim government, so presenting Afghanistan’s enemies as an interim government is excellent persecution of this oppressed nation.
It is an urgent fact that the government and people of Afghanistan have always supported peace talks to ensure lasting peace in the country. Still, they never want to establish an interim government to achieve circles and groups’ personal interests.
In the hope of a natural, just, and universal peace in our dear country Afghanistan.