Acting minister of information and culture and spokesperson of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Zabiullah Mujahid said that their cabinet is too likely to be completed in the upcoming two weeks.

Mujahid said that police chiefs for all the 34 provinces have been appointed and the entire cabinet is to take shape sooner.

Prior to that, a member of the Taliban’s negotiating team in Doha Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai had said that all the posts have been occupied temporarily and are given to acting ministers, heads, chiefs, and provincials governors.

Abbas had added that after forging the government; all posts will be given and occupied based on intelligence and experience.

On Saturday, August 28 the Taliban appointed acting minister of higher education and acting chief of Afghanistan’s Olympic committee.

Earlier, the Taliban had nominated acting ministers of information and culture, public work, and minister of education along with mayors of a number of cities and provincial governors to nearly all the provinces.

It has been 15 days since the Taliban takeover but the country is still in a sheer political vacuum. The Taliban leadership is currently based in Kabul and is busy negotiating over the upcoming government.