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‘Presidential Palace, Executive Office Opposition of Each Other’

(Last Updated On: May 29, 2017)

The Council for Protection and Stability in Afghanistan (CPSA)- ‘Shura-ye Herasat wa Sobat-e Afghanistan’ says the Presidential Palace and the Executive Office are opposed to each other.

CPSA declared that the internal differences among the National Unity Government (NUG) leaders caused the increase to insecurity and instability in the country.

Spokesman of CPSA, Masoud Tarashwal said, “the only government which does not need an opposition is the National Unity Government. The Presidential Palace and Executive Office are opposed against the national interests.”

Afghanistan New National Front (NNF) party said the differences among the government leaders caused  the situation of Afghanistan faces a deadlock.

NNF leadership member, Sidiq Patman said, “the differences among the political parties and between the National Unity Government leaders have caused the situation of Afghanistan faces a deadlock and long-war.”

However, the Executive Office rejects the issue of opposing to Presidential Palace.

Deputy spokesman of Executive Office, Jawid Faisal said, “the view differences is a certain issue for the leaderships that jointly work, but all the decisions are according to the public interests.”

Afghan analysts have always criticized the performance of National Unity Government in economic and political fields, saying with the formation of NUG the scope of poverty expanded and insecurity shaped to the biggest challenge for Afghan people.

Reported by Samira Zafari

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