• publish: 29 August 2016
  • time: 5:15 pm
  • category: Politics
  • No: 4321

Two top Afghan leaders in third meetings after disputes reached agreements on four issues

Two top Afghan leaders Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah held their third meetings on Sunday afternoon after some disputes erupted between them. They both today agreed on four issues.

Afghan Chief Executive Office in a statement said both the leaders had their third meetings yesterday afternoon in Presidential Palace and agreed on some points.

Disputes erupted between two top Afghan leaders after president Ghani appointed Nader Naderi as the head of “Afghanistan civil services and administrative reforms directorate”, which was opposed by Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah. Naderi’s appointment also triggered some other issues between the two leaders afterwards.

Since then, the two leaders held three consecutive meetings inclusive of Sunday’s meeting to solve disputed issues.

The statement said both leaders agreed on four issues including “electoral reforms, distribution of Electronic IDs, formation of a commission to modify constitution and designation of a committee members to supervise implementation of the political agreement.”

Their agreements will be officially announced later in the week, the statement added.

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