The Taliban government..4 “Haqqani” and millions in change of his interior minister

It has been hours since the Taliban revealed the names of the members of the new interim government, and there has been no clear international comment other than that released by the United States.

In a brief commentary by that government, the US State Department found it in a statement last night that some of the “affiliations and precedents” of people chosen to occupy important positions in the government are of concern.

Perhaps the troubling affiliations to Washington include the head of government, “Mohammed Hassan Akhund”, who is on a United Nations blacklist, and who was one of the pillars of the brutal regime established by the extremist movement between 1996-2001.

5 million for the Minister of the Interior!

The most disturbing and suspicious is the name of Sirajuddin Haqqani, who has been assigned the internship portfolio.

So the Haqqani network put him on the US list of terrorist organizations, and he is wanted by the United States, which in they had previously offered him a financial reward of millions of dollars in change of any information leading to his arrest.

The FBI has allocated $ 5 million for information on the whereabouts of Sirajuddin Haqqani.

In addition to Sirajuddin, the new formation included 3 other ministers belonging to the Haqqani network, namely Khalil Rahman Haqqani, minister of immigrants, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, minister of higher education, and Najibullah Haqqani, minister of communications and technology.

Faced with this line-up, which included many of the movement’s old guard hawks, including terrorist suspects and accusations of sending suicide bombers against US-led coalition forces, the Afghans await the positions of the international community.

Waiting for that government too, which will be completed in the next few days, with many consequences, the first of which is international recognition and the relaunch of aid to support a faltering economy!

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