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Foreign advisers of Constitution commission resign in protest (Payam-e-Mojahed)
Constitution commission resigned in protest Payam-e Mojahed (in Dari) Kabul, Afghanistan November 13, 2003 Aqrab 22 (13 November), three of the foreign advisors to the constitution commission resigned in protest to the draft of the new constitution. An informed source told Payam-e Mojahed that the three advisors, namely the American Barnett Rubin (as published), the French Kahkesan (as published) and the Kenyan Bashgi (as published), quit their jobs in protest to the draft and left Afghanistan. [It is claimed that the draft was changed after it was finalized]. The constitution that the mentioned people had been working on stressed on a parliamentary system, but, after its submission to the head of state, it was changed due to the pressure exerted by Mr Karzai and some other people. The objections of the people are still going on one week after the publication of the draft of the constitution. Particularly, the intellectuals of the country criticize it strongly. The move was the first protest of the foreign intellectuals to the interference of the rulers of Afghanistan in the preparation of the draft of the constitution. It was formerly reported that some of the Afghan members of the commission also wanted to stage a demonstration.
Posted By: mariam   November 20th 2003, 2003 2:48 PM

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