The former Minister of Finance, Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal, said that the Islamic Emirate’s policies on women’s education and work created an unfavorable environment and undermined Afghanistan’s relations with the international community.
In an interview with TOLOnews, Zakhailwal said a constitution and the people's support are important for governance.
"There were policies that made the space unfavorable. The trust that the people needed, has not been formed. Our relations with the world countries have been undermined," Zakhailwal said.
He suggested that the issue of female education should be solved inside Afghanistan and that the ground should not be paved for the international community to become the defender of women’s rights.
"A government is legitimate when it has a constitution and the support of the people. No government has full legitimacy without the support of the people," Zakhailwal said.
Political analyst Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, regarding the remarks of Zakhailwal: "The policies of the Islamic Emirate about the education and work of women created problems for the Islamic Emirate inside and outside the country. It almost isolated the Islamic Emirate. It created problems about recognition and reduced the attention of the international community to Afghanistan."
Zakhailwal said that the Doha agreement cannot be a fundamental document for governance in Afghanistan and that either traditional ways or modern ways should be followed for the formation of the government.
The former Minister of Finance vowed that a good opportunity has been created for a stable Afghanistan and that the interim government should take advantage of this chance.
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