Amrullah Saleh, the first Vice President, said that the complaint of Yama Siavash’s family to the international authorities is one of the best things to do.
Mr. Saleh wrote on his Facebook page on Thursday that he wished that the world authorities would come and see this case and other cases where the assassination originated and what the reason was.
“Unfortunately, the attitude of the international community and major countries towards terrorism has no clear criteria, and the discussion of national interests has overshadowed all other dimensions. In the early days of the 6am meetings, I told people that the Taliban had decided to target civil society and any circle that raised the voice of Afghanistan. The purpose of that declaration was to mobilize the people against terrorism,” he said.
According to Saleh, the families of the victims can access the pending and resolved cases by contacting the Government of Afghanistan.
Nearly 50 days after the assassination of Yama Siavash, a former journalist and tv presenter and two of his colleagues at the Central Bank, the Afghan government has so far failed to identify and arrest the perpetrators.
Recently, Yama Siavash’s family filed a lawsuit in the International Criminal Court.