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FEFA held a conference to launch the Proposed Declaration on Afghan Peace process

The Free and Fair Elections Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) conducted a conference to launch the Proposed Declaration on Afghan Peace process where sixty representatives from political parties, politicians, civil societies, religious scholars, women, university teachers, experts and activists attended on Thursday, March 5, 2020. The conference began with the recitation of verses from the holy Quran and national anthem. Then Mohammad Yousuf Rashid, executive director of FEFA, in addition to welcoming the audience, presented the purpose of the conference. FEFA’s executive director spoke about the importance and necessity of ending war and establishing a long lasting peace and enjoying benefits of stability in the country. Mr. Rashid said “stopping the war and ending the bloodshed and violence in Afghanistan has been a great desire of the Afghan people for the last forty years. The successive war in Afghanistan, besides casualties and deaths has caused many financial losses and has ruined the country's economic infrastructure. This war has caused deaths and damages to dozens of Afghan civilians and forced millions to migrate to other countries. Therefore, Afghan people are passionate about peace and stability and they support any action that can lead to peace and stability”. He also provided information on FEFA proposed declaration and the reasons that FEFA was working on the peace process. Mr. Rashid said:" FEFA has held consultative meetings in 5 zones over the country level and 5 special meetings with political parties, civil society organizations, scholars, university professors, women's rights activists, and youths on the Afghan peace process and the roadmap for the process. The declaration was then drafted based on the suggestions collected from participants.

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3/5/2020

Date

60

Total Participents

1 Day

Duration

Kabul

Location

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