Addressing an event in Kabul, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar said that the Afghan parliament’s failure to elect a speaker is questionable and said the Mujahedin are the owners of Afghanistan and they will determine the fate of the country.
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Hekmatyar expressed that efforts are underway to “weaken” political parties and disrupt unity among the people and added that Afghanistan needs inclusive parties if “we want to strengthen democracy”.
Today’s war in Afghanistan was started by the then USSR and then NATO has inherited the then USSR’s war in Afghanistan, he said.
Hekmatyar remarked that peace is dependent on a transparent and fair election, but according to him, Afghanistan “is not able” to make an independent decision on elections.
Hekmatyar says Afghanistan is not independent in terms of election because foreigners are appointing the election date and time.
Hekmatyar is of the belief that the district and provincial council elections have been intentionally postponed because it will pave the way for the Constitutional Loya Jirga.