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Position of Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan (Afghanistan People’s Axis) regarding Peace Negotiations (Dari)

Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan (Afghanistan People’s Axis) : “Position of Mehwar-e Mardom Afghanistan regarding Peace Negotiations محور مردم افغانستان ریاست دارالانشاء موضع محور مردم افغانستان در باره مذاکرات صلح کابل، ۳۰ سرطان ۱۳۹۸ مدخل افغانستان در آستانه یک چرخش بسیار مهم تاریخی قرار دارد. گفت‌وگو های ایالات‌متحده امریکا با طالبان در حال نهایی شدن است. همه نشانه‌ها دال بر این است که […]

Peace process

Heart of Asia Society: “Draft Framework for Intra-Afghan Peace Negotiations between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and Taleban Movement”

Draft Framework for Intra-Afghan Negotiations by the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Jadi 1398 [Dec 2019/Jan 2020] Kabul – Afghanistan Table of Content  Introduction ( page 3) Section One: Basis of intra-Afghan negotiations (Page 4) Viewpoints and overall objective  Principles and values Need for national consensus (4) Section Two: Structures necessary for legitimacy and advancement of Intra-Afghan […]

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Hezb-e Islami Peace Proposal

Hezbi Islami Peace Proposal (not dated) بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Introduction: This proposal details the procedure and mechanism aimed at the creation of an authoritative and agreed-upon body for peace and broad political consensus one that includes all circles i.e. government, political entities within and outside the government, prominent and influential personalities, administer the peace […]

Peace process

Plan of the National Council for Peace (Dari)

Mehwar-e Solh wa Nejat-e Afghanistan az Bohran (Axis for Peace and Salvation of Afghanistan from Crisis): “Tarh-e Shura-ye Melli-ye Solh (Plan of the National Council for Peace)” طرح شورای ملی صلح  بخش اول مقدمه اهداف اعتماد سازی و مراحل آن موارد اعتماد سازی داخلی موارد اعتماد سازی خارجی مکانیزم های عملی برای دست یابی به توافقات دارالانشاء […]

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Briefing With Senior US Official On Next Steps Toward an Agreement on Bringing Peace to Afghanistan

Briefing With Senior Administration Official On Next Steps Toward an Agreement on Bringing Peace to Afghanistan SPECIAL BRIEFING OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 29, 2020 Original link: MODERATOR:  Do you have anything that you want to start off with before they go back on questions? SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL:  No, I’m here to – we’re here […]

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Joint Declaration between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the United States of America for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan

The Joint Declaration between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the United States of America for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan is available in three languages here: EnglishDariPashto Here he English version: Joint Declaration between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the United States of America for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, […]

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Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which is not recognized by the United States as a state and is known as the Taliban and the United States of America

Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistanbetween the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which is not recognized by the United States as a state and is known as the Taliban and the United States of America is available here: Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistanbetween the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which is not recognized by the United […]

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Problematic Polling Stations Break-down of the Types of Problems, Presidential Election 2019

Table: Problematic polling stations with a break-down of the types of problems Total polling stations 29,586 Closed polling stations 3,006 Open polling stations 26,580 Total problematic polling stations to be audited and recounted 8,494 Decision Problems with missing BVV devices/memory cards 2,423 ·       National Tally Centre (NTC) and Digital Centre received results but no BVV […]

Elections

CIA-backed strike force units in Afghanistan

There are five militias that, says Human Rights Watch, come under only the nominal control of the Afghan intelligence agency, the NDS and do not “fall under the ordinary chain of command within the NDS, nor under normal Afghan or US military chains of command.” Rather, they are “recruited, trained, equipped, and overseen by the […]

Human Rights