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Massoud Slams Ghani for Lack of will to Eliminate Terrorism, Bring Reforms

Massoud Slams Ghani for Lack of will to Eliminate Terrorism, Bring Reforms

KABUL - The former presidential advisor for good governance Ahmad Zia Massoud slammed President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani for the lack of will to eliminate terrorism and implement reforms.
Speaking during a gathering in Mazar-e-Sharif to mark the week of martyrs, Massoud claimed the government has no will to bring reforms in the politics and other sectors.
He called on President Ghani to resign if he has failed to implement key reforms.
The former presidential adviser also harshly criticized President Ghani for having no trust to bring political reforms and other necessary reforms in the government.
He claimed that certain circles in the government are attempting to monopolize the power and bring it under the control of a specific ethnic group.
He said there is no sign of unity and partnership of all groups in the government of national unity as he accused the government that there is no will to eliminate the terror groups besides political and economic issues remain persistent in the country.
Massoud was dismissed by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani nearly five months ago by issuing a presidential decree.
He was a close ally of Ghani during the second round of the presidential elections and after he sidelined himself from the elections after the first round of voting concluded. (KP)