Taliban appoint members to 44 governors, police chiefs around Afghanistan

KABUL (Reuters) – The Taliban appointed 44 of its members to key positions including provincial governors and police chiefs on sunday, a key step in prop up up his rule while the country struggles with growing security and economic problems.

It is first large scale round of dates announced since the cabinet was formed in September.

The Taliban have the list of its members new roles including Qari Baryal to serve as governor of Kabul and Wali Jan Hamza as the citythe police chief.

The previous commander in to upload of Kabul security Mawlawi Hamdullah Mukhlis was murdered this month in An attack on The largest in Afghanistan military Hopital in the center of Kabul.

the Taliban took over the country on August 15 but have faced an uphill battle in their promise to restore order and security after decades of war. Islamic State has worn out a wave of to attack in the whole country, while the economy in has entered a crisis.

There have been international belt for the group negotiate with other political players to form an inclusive government including minorities and women, although substantive progress on that has not happened so far.

(Reporting by Gibran Peshimam; Writing by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Hugh Lawson)

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