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Updated Sep 30, 2021 | 20:28 IST
The Taliban plans to temporarily adopt the 1964 monarchy constitution in parts that it agrees with.
The Taliban plans to temporarily adopt the 1964 monarchy constitution in parts that it agrees with.  |  Photo Credit: AP, File Image

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  • The Taliban said they will temporarily adopt Afghanistan's 1964 constitution but eliminate any elements that disagrees with the Sharia
  • The constitution drafted in former King Mohammad Zahir Shah's time aimed at turning Afghanistan into a democracy and accelerate socio-economic modernisation.
  • The 1964 constitution granted women the right to vote and freedom of religion.

casino royale goa review,The Talian has decided to “temporarily” enact parts of Afghanistan’s 1964 constitution that are “not in conflict with Islamic law or Sharia” to govern the country. This is temporary because the militia is in the process of drafting a new constitution that, it says, would be completed by 2022.

probet9,So far, the government and the process of governance by the Taliban have been shrouded in obscurity. With reports of infighting among the key government members, main leaders missing and no policy document or statement having been released the Taliban has raised more questions than answers ever since they took over Kabul a month and a half ago.

casino royale goa review,With the announcement of taking the portions of the constitution “not in conflict with Islamic law or Sharia” the Taliban have in essence said that they reserve the right to select what parts of the constitution they will uphold. The statement reeks of ambiguity because the Sharia is highly subjective, among the different sects of Islam and even scholars from the same sect as well.

The constitution of Afghanistan that was drafted in 1964 is by far the most progressive version. While it was drafted under the rule of a sovereign — king Zahir Shah — the constitution aimed to transform Afghanistan into a modern democracy, socially and economically.,euro 2016 timetable

mobile 888,It called for the creation and establishment of two houses of the parliament. Of these, the members of the lower house would be elected through universal suffrage. Much like India’s Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The law enacted by the parliament would supersede the Sharia, according to the constitution. A provision that the Taliban first chose to withdraw.

Further, it allowed the citizens to voice their grievances with the law if it is prohibitive or exclusionary in nature, giving the powers in the hands of the common man. The law, it says, will be drafted by various bodies of the state to uphold justice and governance. It also allows for freedom of religion and women the right to vote.,free livescore football prediction

In short, the constitution provides for most things that are the exact opposite of the values the Taliban has upheld in the past and continues to in the present. The idea of freedom of religion and women being allowed to vote in the Taliban regime is laughable.   ,22bet account

The ambitious constitution did not last for too long despite the exalted ideas. Eight years after it was drafted, Zahir Shah was overthrown and the constitution went out of the window along with the sovereign.,bed 365

bet365 register,A new constitution was drafted and adopted in 2004 that had an overwhelming American tone to it. The constitution created a centralised system of governance with the president at the helm. The locals, beyond the elite of Kabul who were educated abroad, could not relate to it and eventually the Taliban outright rejected it, saying that it was an illegal entity that was a product of American imperialism.

football highlights download,The 1964 constitution was, therefore, the most convenient governance tool for the Taliban as long as they created the ambiguity of Sharia. For instance, when it comes to the issue of the provisions on the Shura or the parliament, and the government, the constitution calls for universal suffrage to elect the members. It also says that the members of the parliament and the head of the government (the prime minister) have to be accountable to the people.

In the past two decades, the Taliban have describing democratic elections as un-Islamic and frequently attacked Afghan election workers and rallies, during their insurgency. However, after they came to power in August this year, their spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said in an interview with VOA that the group is not ruling out holding elections. A classic U-turn, but with a caveat. The issue, Shaheen said, would be determined by the future constitution. “About election or no election, let’s wait. We have a constitution in the future, so we would have deliberations about that in the future, about when we are drafting the constitution, so that would be seen there at that time, not now,” Shaheen is quoted saying.,cycling nature

bet365中国站,When it comes to religion, the hardline Taliban has a convenient way out in the 1964 constitution. The 1964 constitution provides for the freedom of religion, as long as it can be practised “within the limits determined by law”. An ambiguous stand that is open to interpretation by the Taliban. If they bring it under the ambit of Sharia, they can prohibit any public expression of religion that does not gel with the hardline Islamic values. Example: the routine persecution of religious minorities and destruction of symbols of other religions like the Bamiyan Buddhas, in their previous regime. While this time the militant group has indicated that it will respect the rights of religious minorities in Afghanistan including the Sikhs, the Taliban has never been known to make good on their promises.

A month and a half in their regime, they have conducted ample human rights violations and have brazenly shown that to the world through the media. All this, while openly denying any such violations. The ambiguity of the Sharia serves the Taliban well on the interpretation of the 1964 constitution, which in any case, they say is only temporary. As with anything to do with what the Taliban say in terms of progression, it would behove the international community to take their words with not just a fistful, but a sackful of salt.,gtse goal

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