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New government can be formed in Afghanistan on the lines of Iran, Taliban can announce today


According to the report, all senior Taliban leaders have reached Kabul and preparations for government formation are in the final stages.

Two weeks after the Taliban occupation of Kabul, a government has not been formed in Afghanistan. At the same time, international and domestic pressure on the Taliban is also increasing. According to media reports, the Taliban is in its final stages of forming the government and an announcement to form the government can be made today. According to reports, Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar may head the new Afghan government. According to a Reuters report, all senior Taliban leaders have reached Kabul and preparations for government formation are in the final stages.

They can get big responsibility
According to the report, Mullah Baradar, the Taliban’s political affairs chief in the new Afghan government, along with Mullah Mohammad Yacoub, son of Taliban co-founder Mullah Omar, and Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, could be given greater responsibility. According to the report, only the members of the organization will be included in the Talibani government. According to another report, Taliban Supreme Leader Haibatullah Akhundzada will oversee religious affairs and governance in line with Islam. According to the report, the new government will consist of 25 ministries, which may have an advisory council of 12 Muslim scholars.

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Government can be formed on the lines of Iran
According to another report, a new government can be formed in Kabul on the lines of the government of Iran. The country’s supreme leader is the political and religious authority in Iran. His status is higher than that of the President there and he appoints the heads of the army, government and judiciary.

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In such a situation, their top religious leader Mullah Hebatullah Akhunzada can be declared the highest authority in the new Taliban government. Fati Inamullah Samangani, a senior official in the Taliban’s Information and Cultural Commission, said the consultations on the new government were almost complete and necessary discussions had also been held about the cabinet.

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