Last quote by Haroon Mir
Many candidates represent the interest of specific ethnic groups and it's for the good of Afghan people and the country that if we could reach a political compromise in the runoff between the top two contenders, that will be a better outcome.
Apr 06 2014
Haroon Mir has been quoted 8 times. The two most recent articles where Haroon Mir has been quoted are Kandahar 'destabilised' after Karzai brother's murder and Unbeaten Taliban rooted in Afghan landscape. Most recently, Haroon Mir was quoted as having said, “After Ahmad Wali Karzai we all know that no-one else will be able to fill the vacuum and chaos might return back in Kandahar (sic) and this is a tremendous achievement for the Taliban.”.
Quotes by Haroon Mir
Jul 13 2011
After Ahmad Wali Karzai we all know that no-one else will be able to fill the vacuum and chaos might return back in Kandahar (sic) and this is a tremendous achievement for the Taliban.
Oct 07 2010
In any insurgency like the current insurgency in Afghanistan, as long as the Taliban leadership remain in safe havens, in sanctuaries inside Pakistan, they receive financial, logistical support and they could freely move around Pakistan. It is very difficult to defeat this insurgency just by killing rank and file and low level Taliban fighters.
Oct 07 2010
The overall assessment shows that NATO has been unable to defeat the Taliban. Instead, they have regrouped and expanded their territory, intensifying attacks against NATO and the government.
Sep 16 2010
If there are any attacks on the day of the election, there is no motivation for the people to go out and take a risk to vote for candidates. Most of them, they don't know them and we have a large number of candidates.
Jun 24 2010
Afghans are confident that General Petraeus will even do much better than General McChrystal because McChrystal had some weaknesses when it came, for example, to his relation with the Afghan government and with the rest of NATO countries.
Dec 02 2009
We will certainly need the US presence in Afghanistan to support the Afghan security forces probably for a longer time, probably for another decade.
Oct 21 2009
Another problem is that the IEC (Independent Election Commission) itself is not trusted by Abdullah's camp, and I don't think that they will trust IEC senior members to be in their position for a second round. And president Karzai's camp don't trust the ECC's (Electoral Complaints Commission) workers. So, these are the political questions. I don't think we will find a solution for all these issues in 15 days.
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