The formation of the Federalists Assembly; Political Opponents of the Taliban Propose a Stable Federal System for Afghanistan

Bayan News – A group of political opponents of the Taliban outside of Afghanistan have established a political movement called the “Federalists Assembly” and officially announced its existence yesterday.

Sarwar Danish, the former Vice President of the previous Afghan government, and Abdulatif Pedram, a member of the House of Representatives of the former government, are among the founders of this assembly.

Saleh emphasized that the collapse of the political system has once again brought the issue of the type of political system in Afghanistan to the forefront and stressed that the type of political system should be based on the country’s circumstances and needs.

Pedram, during the establishment of this movement, added that a federal system would be the best system for Afghanistan and would be beneficial in establishing a government for the people.

According to Pedram’s belief, a federal system would not only address ethnic issues in Afghanistan but also bring an end to the conflicts in the country.

On the other hand, the Charter of the Federalists Assembly of Afghanistan states that the horizontal distribution of political power should be based on the rule of law and the principle of separation of powers, with a fully independent judiciary, and different branches of government should control and oversee each other to prevent abuse of power or monopolization of power by any specific individual or entity.

However, several other political figures opposing the Taliban have expressed their support for this assembly.

Abdul Rashid Dostum, Ata Mohammad Noor, Mohammad Mohaqiq, members of the National Resistance Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan, and several other political figures have announced their support for this assembly.

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