Al Jazeera prepares to form Taliban-led interim government

The Taliban are preparing to form a partnership-based interim government in Afghanistan, a new interim government of all races and tribal leaders.

Al-Jazeera reports that the names of a dozen leaders are currently being considered for a new interim government.

Taliban sources say the duration of the interim government is unclear at this time. Mullah Baradar and Mullah Omar’s son Mullah Mohammad Yaqub are in Kabul for consultations on government formation.

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Sources say the new interim government will include new faces, including the sons of Tajik and Uzbek tribal leaders.

Taliban sources say the Taliban are still committed to the 2020 Doha Accord with the United States.

Sources said that women would be allowed to work in various government departments and special courts would be set up at the local level to eradicate corruption.