The Chairman of the Massoud Foundation, Ahmad Wali Massoud, on Monday voiced concerns over the direction in which the Afghanistan government was heading and called for an immediate Loya Jirga in order to address the problem.
Massoud voiced his concerns at a conference in Kabul that was titled "In what direction is Afghanistan going?".
Massoud said that the National Unity Government (NUG) has in the past nine months made little progress and is in fact working against the people's wishes.
Conference delegates meanwhile said that President Ashraf Ghani and the CEO, Abdullah Abdullah have been busy negotiating a power share deal but have been unable to manage the country's political needs which has led to minimum progress being made.
"The reality is that the NUG has done little for the people. They are still busy with their own battles and have worked against the will of the people. This form of movement must change," said Massoud.
Massoud also showed concern over the formation of new political opposition fronts against the NUG. In fact he has labeled the current situation in the country as critical.
"Our view is that an emergency Loya Jirga must be called. This must happen now, and everyone must decide what happens. That way a real National Unity Government will be formed," says Massoud.
Conference delegates also raised concerns over the increasing activities attributed to Daesh and other armed groups, criticizing a lack of government action for not clearing these insurgent groups.