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Daudzai dubs system's political instability 'worrying'

Daudzai dubs system's political instability 'worrying'

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Aug 10, 2017 - 20:20

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Council for Protection and Stability in Afghanistan (CPSA) on Thursday said disunity and political instability threatened the Afghanistaninfo-icon system more than terrorism.

Omar Daudzai told this during a gathering held for appreciating this year’s toppers of Kankor (University entrance exam) here today.

He while referring to the differences among political figures and instability of the system said: “Our country is faced with a big conspiracy and we are witnessing it as it fuels the flame of disunity and division.”

“Neither Talibaninfo-icon can finish us, nor terrorists, Daesh nor any neighboring country; but dissension and prejudice on lingual, geographical, religious, and racial lines could eradicate us.”

According to him, insecurity and instability--stemming from disunity--was two main issues in Afghanistan that were being promoted by unknown circles.

He asked the Afghan youth to stand beside the government and the Afghanistan High Peace Councilinfo-icon in order to make efforts in bringing about peace and stability to the country.

Zalmai Wardak, a political analyst, who participated in the gathering, said stirring up ethnic and religious tensions in the country were ‘worrisome’.

The main motive behind such activities was quest for achieving personal power as some elements for their own interests got ethnic groups indulged in tensions; but the people should be intelligent and not allow such circles disunite them.

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