Sources close to the first vice president say, the government should finalize the Ishchi case for the return of Gen. Dostum.
The National Directorate of Security (NDS) chief Massoom Stanekzai has recently left for Anqara to meet with Gen. Dostum in Turkey.
But the differences between President Ghani and Dostum remain unsolved.
A number of Parliament Members say President is seeking to bypass the judiciary to remove the recent coalition and return Dosum back to his side.
“If Dostum solve problems with President, there would be no other problem, otherwise the Ischi case will be remain in its place,” said Gholam Farooq Majroh, representative of Herat.
“President Ghani is not honest. This is tactic to remove the recent coalition,” said Abdul Wadod Peyman, representative of Kunar.
Three Afghan political parties leaders, including Jamiat-e-Islami party, Hizb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami party and Junbish-e-Milli party recently formed a new coalition.
The group, calling itself the Coalition for the Salvation of Afghanistan, said their aim was to “prevent the collapse of the government, avoid chaos and restore public trust.”
They demanded that Ghani devolve power to cabinet ministries and provinces, stop “overreaching” his authority for personal motives, schedule long-promised elections, and obey the constitution and the law.
It also called for Dostom’s full authority to be restored and a government attack against him to be investigated.