KABUL: The Taliban have formed a new 40-point constitutional framework to run the country since the formation of the interim government, based on the Qur’an and Sunnah.
The Taliban have set up the country’s first constitutional framework, according to the International News Agency. The country’s official religion will be Islam, while followers of other religions will be free to practice their faith under Islamic law.
In the new constitutional and basic structure, the name of the state has been changed to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, while the national flag will be white with Kalima Tayyaba written on it and the official languages of the country will be Pashto and Dari.
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According to the constitutional and constitutional framework, the country’s foreign policy will be subject to Islamic law, while issues with neighboring countries will be settled on a priority basis and peacefully.
Also read: Taliban closes women’s ministry office and bans girls from attending secondary school. The constitutional and constitutional framework makes it clear that no part of the Afghan territory will be subject to foreign governments. The people will enjoy basic human rights and justice equally.
It has been agreed in the constitutional and basic structure that in order to run the state, all matters will be carried out in accordance with the Qur’an and Sunnah
Saudi Crown Prince, Emir of Qatar and Emirati Adviser’s ‘Political Picnic’ on Red Sea
Riyadh: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and UAE National Security Adviser Sheikh Tahnoon bin Zayed met in a fraternal atmosphere on the Red Sea.
According to the International News Agency, relations between Qatar and Arab countries are improving with each passing day. Following the sanctions imposed in 2017, other Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, have now announced the resumption of diplomatic and trade relations, but the United Arab Emirates has shown reluctance.
However, Badr al-Assakir, director of the Saudi Crown Prince’s private office, has now shared a photo on Twitter showing the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and the UAE’s national security chief. Advisor Sheikh Tahnoon bin Zayed Al Nahyan is seen in a happy mood wearing a T-shirt and shorts.
Badr al-Assakr wrote in the caption of the tweet that the meeting of the three leaders in the Red Sea on Friday was a cliff-free and fraternal meeting.
The costumes of the three princes also show that the meeting took place in a private atmosphere and it seems that the princes have chosen a picnic point to resolve disputes. The UAE adviser met with the Emir of Qatar four years later.
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt imposed diplomatic, trade and travel bans on Qatar in 2017, accusing it of supporting terrorism, but Qatar vehemently denied the allegations.
Earlier this year, US-mediated Qatar reached an agreement with Saudi Arabia and three other Arab countries, after which Saudi Arabia and Egypt have even restored diplomatic relations