The "Commission for the Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures” said that talented and honest former officials and political figures who return to Afghanistan will be provided with jobs.
According to the commission, more than 500 people including ministers, governors and political figures have returned to the country.
“The government is committed to considering capacity, talent and honesty of Afghan figures. They may join certain areas of the government because hundreds of thousands of former government officials are currently included in the government,” said Ahmadullah Wassiq, a spokesman for the commission.
“Until now, 513 Afghan figures including ministers, governors and deputy governors, have returned to their country via the “Commission for the Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures," Wassiq said.
The political analysts believe that the commission should change its method and create a trusting environment for the professional figures.
“The solution is that the Taliban should extend their embrace and change their policy and pave the way for intra-Afghan negotiations,” said Stana Gul, political analyst.
“To pave the way for the return of Afghans, the schools for girls should be reopened and work access for women should be facilitated,” said Torek Farhadi, political analyst.
“If the Islamic Emirate is really working in this regard, they should invite the eligible and professional figures to Afghanistan,” said Amanullah Ghalib, former head of Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat.
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