Taliban shows real face, says Sharia law, not democracy, will be imposed in Afghanistan


Wahidullah Hashimi, a senior Afghan



member, told Reuters news agency that the group was still finalizing how they would govern Afghanistan. 


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As the group is planning governance like its earlier regime, the member explained that there will be no democratic system, as it has no basis in the country.

“We will not discuss what kind of political system we should implement in Afghanistan, because it is clear. This is Sharia law and that is it,” Hashimi told Reuters. 

“The council will oversee day-to-day activities in the country, while Taliban supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada is likely to remain in overall charge,” the Taliban leader said.

This is how the Taliban ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001. At that time, the supreme leader of the Taliban was Mullah Omar and was in charge of the Daily Governance Council.

Who will be Afghan President under Taliban?

Abdul Ghani Baradar, one of the founding members of the Taliban, is likely to be the chairman of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. But Hashimi said any of Haibatullah Akhundzada’s three deputies could play the role of president. 

Besides Baradar, other representatives are Mullah Omar’s son Mawlawi Yacoub, who founded the Taliban, and Sirajuddin Haqqani, leader of the powerful militant Haqqani network.

Taliban has no pilots

The Taliban are planning to recruit pilots who worked for the Afghan government, as the group does not have pilots. The Taliban confiscated helicopters and aircraft after foreign troops withdrew and are now in contact with several pilots to join their force. 

“We have asked them to come and join the government. We have called many of them and are looking for (other) numbers to call them and invite them for jobs,” Hashimi said.

New national army

In addition to the air force, the Taliban is planning to establish a new national army, including its members and Afghan troops. Most of them have received training in Turkey, Germany and England. So we will talk to them to get back to their positions. Of course, we will have some changes, some reforms in the army, but still we need them and will call them to join us.

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