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“Only Afghan people, government can decide on peace,” VP Danesh

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KABUL: Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh met Tadamichi Yamamoto, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan “UNAMA” here in his office on Saturday, a statement from the office of the second vice president said yesterday.
Assuring international community’s support of the upcoming presidential elections in Afghanistan, UN envoy said there were consensus on electoral reforms among international partners, adding Afghans and the international community were demanding a free and transparent elections.
Hinting to peace talks, Yamamoto said international community was supporting the peace process which was acceptable to Afghans and that safeguard the achievements.
Praising international support of the Afghan peace process and the elections, Second Vice President said government was committed to reform in democratic processes and that of the elections.
“Government leaders have already held consultations over electoral reforms with different stakeholders,” VP Danesh said as quoted in the statement, adding a comprehensive electoral reform draft to be prepared in line with the consultative meetings held on the aspect.
Pointing to ongoing peace efforts, VP Danesh said only Afghan people and the government having the authority to decide the fate of peace, adding government was committed to take legal steps in line with the people’s will.
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