Some political, social and cultural figures in exile inform the establishment of a new political movement called “National Movement for Peace and Justice” under the leadership of Hanif Atmar, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs.
At the opening ceremony of this movement, which was held online via virtual meeting platforms on Saturday, October 15, Hanif Atmar called the lack of a legitimate system in the country a “fundamental problem” and emphasized the establishment of a legitimate system through the “people’s vote”.
Atmar added that if a legitimate system is not established in Afghanistan, not only the crisis in Afghanistan will become more widespread, but it will also cause serious problems for the region and the world.
However, Atmar stressed that he does not see the solution to save the country from the existing crisis “in the continuation of the war under any title and by any group” and it is still not possible to achieve “sustainable peace” without the formation of a legitimate system “relying on the people’s vote and decision”.
He said that the Doha Peace Agreement was the beginning of the downfall of the republican system and that the provisions of this agreement have not been implemented “by the parties”.
According to him, out of the four major items of the Doha Agreement, only the withdrawal of foreign forces has been implemented and that too “in half”.
He called on the Taliban to hold intra-Afghan talks in accordance with their commitments in Doha Agreement in order to reach an “inclusive political agreement” and urged the international community to support this process.
“National Movement for Peace and Justice” declares its existence while some of its founders, including Hanif Atmar, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Masoum Stanikzai, the General Director of National Security, for a long time led the diplomacy and most important security sector of the previous deposed government. were in charge