In the gathering of Islamic clerics, participants remarked on the shortage of professional figures in the government.
Some of them also said that social justice has not been observed in the government institutions.
“Unfortunately, in some areas, there is no professionalism and therefore the complains are rising through the media,” said Qiyamuddin Hanif, an Islamic cleric.
“Our demand is that social justice be ensured in all government departments,” said Habibullah, an Islamic cleric.
The gathering was held under 30 committees and the participants shared their views with officials of the Islamic Emirate.
However, no participant during the third day of the gathering mentioned the reopening of girls’ schools but some participants mentioned the importance of education for men and women.
“If the world wants to engage with us and to recognize us, it is necessary to form universities in the provinces in addition to religious seminaries,” said Mahmood Zakiri, an Islamic cleric.
“Religious seminaries and professional organizations--they should be allowed to reopen. A nation is strong when it has good experts,” said Abdul Matin Hosseini, an Islamic cleric.
The third deputy of the Prime Minister, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, called on Afghans living abroad to return to the country.
“This government is not separated from you—the Ulema--you should work for the strengthening of this government,” he said.
More than 3,000 Islamic clerics and other figures from across Afghanistan were invited to the gathering.