“No one can justify weakening of the system from inside of the system, because this will provide the opportunity of misusing for the enemies,” said 2nd Vice President Sarwar Danish.
Danish calls the situation as “sensitive” and urges the political groups to consider the “political stability” and continuation of the system while making decisions.
He further invites President Ghani’s critics to show their political powers in the upcoming presidential election.
“The people of Afghanistan is expecting from the politicians to show their political power in the future elections. Based on the framework of the constitution which provides an elected president, coup and premature election is impossible now in Afghanistan,” added Danish.
Recently, three Afghan political parties, Junbish-e-Mili led by First Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum, Wahdat-e-Islami led by Second Deputy Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqiq and Jamiat-e-Islami led by Salahuddin Rabbani and Atta Mohammad Noor formed a new political coalition in Turkey.
The fundamental demands of the alliance are full implementation of the NUG agreement, restoration of the powers of the 1st Vice President, reformation of security sectors, preventing the expansion of insecurities, dismissal of the National Security Advisor and so on.
The alliance accuses President Ashraf Ghani for monopolizing the power but the President said that national decisions are taken with all parties involved and would welcome any scheme to bring reforms.
By Lyda Niazi & Hesamuddin Hesam