TOLOnews 10pm News 11 November 2019
Ismail Khan, a former Mujahideen leader and a prominent member of the Jamiat-e-Islami party, on Monday said that the government has not yet finalized the list of attendees for the China meeting on Afghan peace that is expected to take place soon.
Seven people from the government and 18 representatives from political parties will be on the list, Ismail Khan told TOLOnews.
A member of Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission (IEC), Maulana Mohammad Abdullah, has been accused of threatening his colleague at a meeting held recently to discuss election-related matters.
The issue was raised in a letter appearing to be from the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan.