Rahmatullah Nabil Warns Political Crisis Should be Solved
Former NDS chief Rahmatullah Nabil says other terrorist groups will become active if the political crisis in the country is not solved.
Nabil called on politicians to make an effort to end the crisis.
He suggested that the government should not enter the intra-Afghan talks unless there is a political consensus on peace.
Afghanistan has averted a full-blown political crisis after the two main contenders in a bitterly disputed presidential election — each claiming victory — agreed to back down from their escalating feud.
Incumbent President Ashraf Ghani — who was officially declared the winner — agreed to postpone his inauguration, while his main challenger, Abdullah Abdullah, pledged to halt his attempts to set up a parallel government.
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