Original title: Taliban: Afghanistan will have a new constitution, and the country is still in a state of emergency
Overseas Network, August 20. According to the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 20th, Mohammad Naeem, a spokesman for the political office of the Taliban in Afghanistan, said that Afghanistan certainly needs a new constitution.
Naim said: “There is no doubt that Afghanistan will have a new constitution.” He said that Afghanistan is currently in a state of emergency. When asked whether the new constitution will be passed through a referendum, Naim said: “Now it is necessary to ensure that the people’s needs are met, the vacuum is filled, and other measures will be taken in the future. But in general, a new constitution is Required.”
The Afghan Taliban has continued to advance in the country in the past few weeks and announced its entry into the Afghan capital Kabul and the presidential palace late on August 15. Afghan President Ghani left the country “to avoid bloodshed” that day and is currently in the UAE. (Overseas Net Hou Xingchuan)