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Taliban Says Governing Structure May Include Council

Wahidullah Hashemi, a member of the Taliban leadership, on Thursday said there is a possibility that Afghanistan will be led by a council that will govern under the authority of the Talibanís top leader Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada.

The statement by Hashemi came on Thursday, August 19, which marks Afghanistanís Independence Day. Celebrations were not as large as in previous years, before the Taliban takeover.

Wahidullah Hashemi, a senior Taliban member, told Reuters that Afghanistan might be ruled by a council and the authority of the council will be determined by the supreme Taliban leader Akhundzada.

"Discussions havenít been conducted on what it will be like-perhaps we will establish a council. What you call a president we will call íthe head of ministers.í We will have ministers, and all these ministers will be appointed by the head of the council," said Hashemi.

"Amirul Momineen, whose name is Mawlavi Hibatullah Akhundzada, is our religious leader and also our political leader. But at the moment he does not play the role of a president. He plays a stronger role. We will have a person there who will play the role of a deputy or a president," said Hashemi.

This comes a day after Abdullah Abdullah, the head of the High Council of National Reconciliation, and former President Hamid Karzai met with Khalilurrahman Haqqani, the nephew of Sirajuddin Haqqani, the leader of the Haqqani network.

"We will keep our relations with the world, but all these ties will be determined in accordance to some principles and based on our national principles," said Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman.

"We call on the Taliban to not try to keep power through military force," said a resident in Kabul Rohullah Ahmadzai.

"Our expectation from the international community and the UN Security Council is to concentrate on Afghanistan and to not allow the gains made by the Afghans be wasted," said Kabul resident Mohammad Idris Wahidi.

Meanwhile, Afghans spoke of celebrating Independence Day.

"Our people have given a lot of sacrifices for this flag, we will also struggle for it," said Shahla Bayat, a resident in Kabul.

This comes a day after hundreds of people in Khost, Nangarhar and other areas protested in support of Afghanistanís national flag.

 

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