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French MPs Ask for further Imposition of Sanctions on Taliban

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Over 50 French Parliament Members asked the country’s president Emanual Macron to impose further sanctions on the Taliban and prevent their free movement.

The MPs in a letter concentrated on the violation of women’s rights in Afghanistan, preventing girls from getting an education, a travel ban on women, and depriving women of working.

The letter that was signed by the MPs was sent both to President Macron and the parliament of the European Union.

The letter further reads that the limitations on women traveling are inhumane.

Mahdi Obaid, a coordinator of the letter told the media that the MPs focused much on the closure of schools for girls and the overall situation of Afghanistan.

In the letter, the MPs asked that process of normalization of relations with the Taliban should stop and their free traveling should be prevented.

This comes after the Taliban closed schools for teenage girls in the country and women have reportedly been arrested in central Bamyan province.

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