AT News Report
KABUL: Some political parties called on Taliban to hold negotiations with the Afghan political leaders, alleging that President Ghani’s government lacks a stable stance in great national issues.
They said on Sunday that nobody including Taliban trusts the government, offering an interim administration to run peace talks, Kabul News reported.
Presidential office and foreign ministry declared different positions over the latest meeting between Taliban and the US envoy for Afghan peace, Zalmay Khalilzad in Islamabad.
Taliban also said that different stances show that the government does not deserve sitting to their representatives as it was not able to form a negotiating team for a long time.
Political parties now call on the Taliban to sit with them, arguing that the government was facing with differences.
They said that neither they nor the Taliban trust the government.
They suggest that the peace talks begin after the results of September 28th presidential elections were announced, if no, an interim government needed to be formed to run the peace talks with the Taliban.