Afghan political leaders said that so far no serious discussions have been held about a future political system despite meetings between the Taliban and political leaders.
They called for an inclusive system that will reflect the aspirations of the entire Afghan nation.
Some said that recent meetings between Afghan political leaders and the Taliban were conducted only as consultations, and no serious discussions were held about a future system.
“There is a need for fundamental discussions, we hope that discussions are held on this issue as soon as possible, because the nation is waiting for the formation of a system,” said Zia-ul-Haq Amarkhel, the former governor of Nangarhar.
There are reports that the Taliban in recent meetings with Afghan political leaders have pledged to form an inclusive government.
“These meetings are important because consultation is happening. On the one hand, these meetings help to give confidence to the Afghan people, on the other hand, the system needs to reflect the aspirations of all the people, which should also be acceptable to the world,” said Haji Din Mohammad, the deputy head of the High Council for National Reconciliation.
The public is also calling on all parties to expedite efforts for the formation of a new government.
A week has passed since the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul city.