Following the start of the "Commission for the Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures,” some of the country's politicians are now asking the Islamic Emirate to first talk to political figures inside the country.
According to these political figures, the Islamic Emirate has forgotten politicians inside the country.
“First, the commission should make it clear about what it it talking about with them, and then talk once with a number of them who are inside Afghanistan, along with the figures who have been involved in Afghan politics for 45 years,” said Sayed Ishaq Gailani, the leader of the Afghan People's Solidarity Movement.
“I think the establishment of this commission is very good, in terms of composition as well, and I hope that they will have relations with the elders inside the country and get their views,” said Asif Nang, the former governor of Laghman.
The "Commission for the Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures” started work on Saturday.
The commission said it will decide on the political activities of the figures who will return to the country later. Now the question is, to what extent can this commission be useful in bringing back the political and military figures of the country?
“Those who have left Afghanistan want to come back if they can resume their activities in the society, in the government and in the political society of the country, and this commission has not proposed this,” said Tariq Farhadi, a political analyst.
“If these figures, the government officials and professional cadres, who have left Afghanistan are not given chances, then I think this will add to the number of unemployed,” said Ghulam Sakhi Ehsani, a university lecturer.
"The Commission for the Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures” said that those who return to the country will have their legitimate demands met. The commission drafted a procedure in fifteen articles that provided short-term accommodation for political figures and former military personnel.