The supreme leader of the Islamic Emirate, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada, vowed to enforce the Islamic system in Afghanistan.
In audio recorded from Eid prayers in Eid-Gaah Mosque in Kandahar, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada, the Islamic Emirate's leader, said that the laws which were not based on Sharia in the previous government will be demolished.
“I have asked the procedures and policies of all ministries made during the governments of Ashraf Ghani and Karzai or during the past 20-years, now put under the supervision of the clerics, if there was anything against Sharia or the interests of the people, it will be removed and we will bring a pure Islamic system,” he said.
This comes as Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund called on Afghans living abroad to renounce their opposition to the current Afghan government and take advantage of the general amnesty announced by the Islamic Emirate.
“What do you want, a commission has been facilitated for you. Why you want to sever this world ...? What do you want?” he said.
The Islamic Emirate leader said that security is ensured and the way for the enforcement of Sharia is paved. He called on the citizens to support the current system in the country.
Analysts say that the Islamic Emirate has not been able to stick to its rhetoric.
“The international community is not against the Islamic government on condition that it will be an Islamic government and bring a legislative government. So far, it has only been words. The Taliban couldn’t make a proper mechanism, or a national mechanism, or a government confirmed by the people or a government of people,” said Javid Sandel, a political analyst.
Earlier, in an Eid message, the Islamic Emirate's leader ensured neighboring countries that the Afghan soil will not be used against any country and that the Islamic Emirate expects other countries to not interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.