Source: International Online
Data map: Taliban leadership team in Afghanistan
Overseas Network, November 8th. The Afghanistan Taliban’s interim cabinet announced important personnel appointments on Sunday (7th). 44 members were appointed to key positions, including governors and police chiefs. This is the first round of large-scale appointments by the Taliban since the cabinet was established in September this year.
According to Reuters, the list shows that Qari Baryal is the governor of the capital, Kabul. Wali Jan Hamza succeeded the senior commander Mawlawi Hamdullah Mukhlis, who was tragically killed in an earlier attack in the hospital, as the police chief of Kabul. The report pointed out that Afghanistan is facing increasingly serious security and economic problems, and the appointment is a key measure to strengthen Taliban governance. (Overseas Net Hou Xingchuan)Return to Sohu to see more
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