Co-founder and the de facto leader of the Taliban Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar said they have stepped up efforts for establishing an all-inclusive government and will be announced soon.

Baradar who was being interviewed by Al Jazeera on Saturday, September 3, did not disclose the exact date of the announcement.

Prior to that, a Taliban spokesperson Bilal Karimi had said that negotiations upon establishing incoming government have ended after a three-day council chaired by Mullah Hebtullah in Kandahar province.

Mullah Baradar in his interview said that they will be working hard to establish security which is not only important for major economic projects but also for the entire world.

It has been now three weeks since the Taliban takeover, but they are yet to forge any set-up for their government and the country is still in a complete political vacuum.

Not only the people of Afghanistan but the entire world is waiting for the Taliban’s government to be all-inclusive, respect women and human rights to come forward for its recognition.

Common people in Afghanistan want the Taliban to let the former employees of the government work in administration because they are fully familiar with the system.

They say that the Taliban can be in the leadership and high-ranking posts but should let technocrats work in the system.

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