|President Ashraf Ghani and CEO Abdullah Abdullah|
By Sayed Sharif Amiri
Kabul protestors on Sunday slammed President Ashraf Ghani’s reforms polices and security promises and said these were simply tactics to mislead the public.
Protestors also reiterated calls to Ghani and his CEO Abdullah Abdullah to step down from the job.
They also called for the prosecution of national security advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar, head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) Massoum Stanekzai and Interior Minister Taj Mohammad Jahid.
Protestors defied warnings by security institutions and said they will not end the protest unless their demands are met by government leaders.
Protestors have also warned they will not leave their protest area, outside the Emergency Hospital in downtown Kabul, until government meets their demands.
“We reached a conclusion that Mr. Ghani and Mr. Abdullah must step down from their job over inability, negligence and not bringing reforms,” said protest leadership council member Asar Hakimi.
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