Afghanistan: UN role for democratic Afghan government urged
Women activists from Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, European Union and Revolutionary Afghan Women Association (RAWA) demand that the UN should play a pivotal role in the formation of post-Taliban government in Afghanistan through elections.
Speaking at a news conference here, HRCP national council member Asma Jehangir, European Parliament member Luisa Morgantini and Sahar Saba of Rawa called for the elimination of all fundamentalist groups without any exception or conditions, paving the way for free elections.
Submitted on Tue, 11/13/2001 - 01:00
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