The Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that the lack of laws and a “few other issues” are the main obstacles ahead of the announcement of an official government.
It has been nearly 19 months since the Islamic Emirate announced its interim cabinet and all of the government entities are being managed by acting heads.
“There are still problems. For example, the issue of recognition. Some of the departments have not yet been established, such as the formation of the council and writing laws. Those spots should be completed. Whenever, they are completed, the interim government’s issues will also be solved,” Mujahid said.
However, Mujahid said that the interim cabinet is fully authorized and there is no obstacle against the routine activities of the government departments.
“The continuation of the caretaker government’s activities does not mean neglecting the political laws and governance matters and the demands of the people,” said Sayed Jawad Sijadi, university instructor.
However, the political leaders said that the official government is essential for the “proper" management of government departments.
“The term of the interim governments should not be more than three months because such governments have not lasted for more than three months in rest of the world. If the cabinet is interim, the acting ministers cannot make appointments in their relevant ministries,” said Faizullah Jalili, political analyst.
“The Taliban also take cautious steps. They say whenever Afghanistan is recognized, they will solve the issue of the interim government,” said Sayed Akbar Agha, political analyst.
Based on reports, in the first government of the Islamic Emirate in 1990s, all of the affairs were managed by the interim government.
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