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Experiences And Capacities Should Be Used Properly In The Process Of Reforms

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Saturday September 16, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan is experiencing the most complicated battle in modern history, but an imposed war cannot prevent us from building a nation and democratic system of government.
BNA political analyst commenting on the issue writes Afghanistan is involved in undeclared and imposed war. The country is experiencing the most indicated battle in its modern history and in regional and beyond regional history. Most of military affairs analysts believe that the current fighting in Afghanistan is not an ordinary or civil war, but it is the most complicated intelligence battle which has been launched against Afghan people in political, military, economic and cultural fields aiming to destroy its infrastructure and keep it in isolation.
As it stated earlier, Afghan people are suffering from a satanic and intelligence conflict imposed on them aiming to paralyze the country politically, economically, militarily and culturally and to isolate the country in international arena. However, the patriotic Afghans knowing about the evil goals and destructive programs of the enemies are fighting heroically against the conspiracies and grave plans and programs have tried their best to build a strong nation which is an urgent need to overcome the current problems in one hand and on the other hand establish a good governance system. To achieve this noble goal, the Afghan authorities have launched a series of reforms. The people insist, in implementing, the situation should be seriously considered and avoid performing all kinds of hasty programs and former errors should not be repeated once again. Experience and capacity are the major principles for good governance and strengthening the pillars of the state that should not be use badly in the process of reforms.   
Abdul Khalil Minawi

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