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There are huge inadequacies in physicians’ preparation for practice in the health care system. The health care system is neither focused on patient-centered care nor on quality and safety.  The government still lacks system on how care should be organized, delivered and financed.  
 

 The militants who were apparently released to help accelerate the Afghan peace talks with the Taliban group, however majority of those who were released by Afghan government, have returned back to battle field to fight Afghan and coalition security forces.

 

According to Oxfam International, some 87 percent of Afghan women have experienced violence in the form of forced marriages, physical, sexual or psychological abuse

 

The religious beliefs and moral values which are hallmark to Taliban are too sacrosanct to be criticized.

 

Afghan people are in deep fear and despair especially when observing the shocking crises happening one after another. The security situation is worsened recently which seems an alarming danger for the country. The volatile security condition, increase in corruption, poppy cultivation, economic crunch, and many other untoward incidents add to the despondency of the people

 

The picture in Afghanistan today is bleak: worsening security, ubiquitous Taliban presence, poor coordination between donors and the government, and a slowing economy

 

Afghanistan's electoral machinery seems to be not successful in its first significant test in the current round of the presidential and provincial elections.

 

The present social disorders, political crisis and economic stagnation are some vital factors which may lead Afghanistan to a calamity. This chronic problem has debilitated the country and its social fabric.

 

Muslims must express their revulsion about this sacrilegious act through public demonstrations.

 

With the announcement of the preliminary lists of both presidential and provincial councils’ candidates, the preparations for the pre-election phase seem to be smoothly moving forward.

 


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