Kabul/New Delhi | The Taliban have said that Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada will be the leader under whose leadership a prime minister or president will run the country. This has been said in a report by Tolo News. According to Tolo News, Aamulla Samangani, a member of the Taliban’s Cultural Commission, said that Akhundzada would also be the leader of the new government.
Samangani said, “Deliberations on the formation of the new government are almost settled and necessary discussions have also taken place about the cabinet. The Islamic government we will announce will be a model for the people. Commander of the loyalists There is no doubt about the presence. He (Akhundzada) will be the leader of the government and there should be no question on it.”
Meanwhile, unconfirmed reports indicated that the next government would also have a prime minister’s post.
Mohamed Hassan Haqyar, a political analyst, said, “The name of the new system should be neither republic nor emirate. It should be like an Islamic government. Akhundzada should be at the helm of the government, and he would not be the president. He would be of Afghanistan.” The leader will be there. Below them, there will be a prime minister or a president who will work under his watch.”
The Taliban has already appointed governors, police chiefs and police commanders for various provinces and districts.
Abdul Haqqani, a member of the Taliban, said, “The Islamic Emirate is active in every province. working for.”
Although the Taliban say discussions on forming a new government have been finalised, public discussions on the system’s name, national flag or national anthem have not yet taken place.