A Ministry of Justice representative said Afghanistan does not require a constitution and can resolve its issues with only the application of Islamic law.
In a press conference, Abdul Karim Haider, the deputy minister of justice, stated that Hanafi law serves as the framework for resolving people's problems.
"The holy Quran, the Sunnah of Mohammad (PBUH), and the jurisprudence of every Islamic country are the basis and the text of the constitution in general and in detail," Haidar said.
"A constitution for any government in the modern era is a crucial and a basic requirement. No government in the modern era can function without a constitution,” said Fazel Hadi Wazin, a university lecturer.
Regarding political party activities, the deputy minister of justice noted that given the current situation, there is no need for parties to be active.
Speaking of the work being done by women lawyers in the country, he said that all women would be provided their rights under Islamic law.
"The Islamic Emirate will grant women the rights that Islam has granted them--when the conditions are favorable," Haider said.
According to ministry officials, the ministry is prepared to prepare the constitution in accordance with Islamic law at the Prime Minister's request.
"We are awaiting Amirul Muminin's direction. when he directs the creation of law. The Hanafi law system, the Quran, and the Sunnah of Mohammad (PBUH) are its sources, thus we are confident that a comprehensive law will be established quickly to address everyone's concerns, Haidar stated.
The Ministry of Justice added that this organization's revenue over the previous year exceeded 42 million Afghanis.