Nearly 21 months since the Islamic Emirate was restablished, Zabihullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate's spokesman, said work on the writing of the nation's constitution is ongoing.
Mujahid told TOLOnews that the work on governance is being done in accordance with Sharia law and the current government is not facing a constitutional gap.
"Legal issues are also important, and, God willing, the work on it is ongoing and we are moving toward it slowly but focusing on the things that are priorities," Mujahid said.
"For sovereigns, having a constitution is essential. Today, as this gap exists, we hope that a constitution based on Sharia law will be created so that the injustice in the society will be removed,” said Zalmay Afghanyar, a political analyst.
Analysts say having a constitution in Afghanistan is a necessity.
"The constitution is essential to a community, just like air and oxygen, since without it anarchy will arise. Order will be lost, and everyone will do whatever they want,” said Abdul Shukor Dadras, a lawyer.
"The lack of a constitution undoubtedly endangers the political life of the system,” said Sayed Muqadam Amin, a political analyst.
The leader of the Islamic Emirate canceled the 162 articles, 12-chapter constitution of the former Afghan government when the Islamic Emirate came to power in Afghanistan.