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Abdullah Lashes Out at Peace Jirga

15 Apr 2019 The Killid Group

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah in a statement said he will not attend the Grand Consultative Jirga on Peace due on April 29, where some 2,500 delegates nationwide will attend the assembly – including women.

Head of the High Peace Council's Secretariat Mohammad Umer Daudzai is playing leading role in organizing the committee for Peace Jirga (national assembly), in which women will sum up to 30 % of the representatives, officials said.

In a statement on Facebook page Sunday the Chief Executive said in a local language that he has not been consulted on the Jirga and that he does not see it "helpful to overcome the current challenges in the country".

"We in the Stability and Partnership team have not been involved in any consultation (on the Jirga) neither at political parties and individual levels nor at the government level," says the statement which has been issued on behalf of Stability and Partnership election ticket led by Abdullah, as quoted by local media.

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیماعلامیه تیم ثبات و همگرایی در مورد برگزاری نشست لویه جرگه مشورتی صلحلویه جرگه پیش‌بینی شده در…

Posted by Dr. Abdullah Abdullah on Sunday, 14 April 2019

"The Stability and Partnership team led by Abdullah Abdullah announces that members of the team will not attend the meeting named 'Consultative Jirga on Peace' and does not see it helpful for overcoming the current problems in Afghanistan," the statement adds.

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