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HPC Should be Disbanded: Wolesi Jirga

In a session of the Wolesi Jirga on Monday, a number of MPs described the peace process inefficient, stressing that High Peace Council (HPC) should be disbanded in session on Monday.



In a session of the Wolesi Jirga on Monday, a number of MPs described the peace process inefficient, stressing that High Peace Council (HPC) should be disbanded in session on Monday.
According to members of the House of Representatives, HPC is a governmental process and anti-government groups do not want to join the process.

Senior peace council officials did not attend the parliament session who had been summoned to give reports.
“HPC is a governmental process, therefore, it is fruitless. 100 million dollars have been spent so far, but the peace process does not have any achievement in bringing the opposition groups to the peace process. This council should be canceled,” said Lalai Hamidzai, the representative of Kandahar people in the Wolesi Jirga.

Fwzia Kofi, another MP, called the High Peace Council ineffective, adding that this process has no achievements for the stability of the country and can not do anything about it.

Meanwhile, a number of delegates were collecting signatures for the impeachment of the head of National Security Council, which were opposed by other members of the delegation. But the head of the parliament Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi said impeachment is the authority of the House of Representatives, adding the chairman of Security Council will be summoned on Saturday to respond the concerns of the parliament.

The head of Security Council had been summoned a few days ago, but his deputy came to the parliament instead of him who was not allowed to attend the meeting.

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