As the government is delaying the formation of cabinet unlike to their commitments, the civil society activists have now warned to call on the citizens to take to the streets if the controversial cabinet is not formed within two days.
While only two days are remaining for the first 100 days of National Unity Government (NUG), the activists said in a press conference Sunday in Kabul that the government leaders are still disputing on division of power.
“The civil society organizations can no longer tolerate delay in the cabinet,” activist Barry Salaam warned. “Finally, we will be compelled to call on the people to take to the streets.”
The civil society representatives asked the government to not endanger the fate of around 30 million Afghans.
They criticized that when the NUG leaders are not able to solve the cabinet issue in three months, they will likely be not able to fulfill their commitments.
“The government leaders need to serve for the people instead of fighting for political power,” another activist Ahmad Seyar Lalee said.
The longest six-month electoral process and now additional three months on cabinet issue have seriously disturbed the normal lives of the citizens.
“We are seriously worried about our future as there is not job,” a resident of Kabul named Izatullah said. “The people are totally in the state of confusion.”
Earlier in the London Conference, Ghani promised to form the cabinet in four weeks; however, the timeframe is ending today with no sign of progress in this respect.