October 28, 2021

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Panzeer opposes: Taliban government announcement further postponed | The world

The Taliban again delayed the announcement of their government on Saturday, whose organization will set the tone for many years in Afghanistan, where the new regime faces armed resistance in the Panjir Valley.




Almost three weeks after the return of the Islamic Movement to power, white smoke still lingers in Kabul, as does the international community.

Two Taliban sources warned the AFP that there would be no announcement on Saturday about the future government. The situation in Panchgarh, one of the last centers armed for the new regime, could explain the delay in delivering the new executive, which is expected to be released early on Friday.

A long-standing anti-Taliban stronghold, located 80 kilometers north of the valley and the capital, is the scene of the last U.S. troops exit the country from fighting between Taliban forces since Monday. And lead. National Opposition (FNR).

On Friday evening in Kabul, slogans were raised to celebrate the Taliban victory in Panjir, especially the rumors bought on social media. But the Taliban did not make any official announcement and a Banjir resident told AFP by phone that the announcements were false.

“Opposition continues”

According to the capital’s emergency services, two people were killed and 20 were injured in these joyous scenes.

Refugee in Banjir Valley, former deputy leader Amrullah Saleh spoke about the “very difficult situation” in a video message aired on Friday evening, while promising that “resistance continues (d) and will continue (rait)”.

According to Ahmed Masood, who led the protests in the Valley, the Taliban “chose the path of war.”

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Since they came back to power, the Taliban have tried to show a moderate face and increase overt gestures.

They particularly pledged a “inclusive” government and made contacts in recent weeks with Afghan figures who opposed them.

But at this point nothing has filtered out their real intentions or the space they want to give to representatives of the opposition or minorities. So the structure of their management will be a test of their true will for change.

Several countries reiterated on Friday that the new regime would be determined by its actions.