Publish dateMonday 31 March 2008 - 16:08
Story Code : 36463
Afghanistan Republicans Party has been announced to be established in 1378/8/11 during Taliban ascendancy in Kabul and was registered.........
Sayed Mohammad Baqer Mesbahzadeh

Afghanistan Republicans Party has been announced to be established in 1378/8/11 during Taliban ascendancy in Kabul and was registered in the ministry of Justice in 1382/12/17 whose members are Sebqatollah Sanjar, Adeleh Bahrami, Rohallah Hasrat Barekzi, Asadollah Salehi, Khan Padshah, Malalai Jan, Mohammad Farough Nadim, Esmat allah Hamraz Tarehki and Mohammad Zaher Shir Zai. The central council of the party is composed of 45 members, including Salehe, Soheila, Spojmai, Tabhel Gul, Doctor Ajmal, Doctor Sayyid Hamed, Doctor Farhad, Azizullah Khogayani, Fariba, Wasmieh Jan, Doctor Nasir Ahamad, Zabihallah, Kaveh, Javid, Engineer Wahed, Mohammad Karim, Krimeh, Mohammad Gul, Farideh Jan, Samira Jan, and Hamid Khan.
Mr, Sanjar, the leader of the Party, has been instructed within the Former Communist Regime, graduated from Afghanistan political academic police college, and social science institute which trained sectarian staff. Mashal Democracy (Democracy Torch) publication has presented Sebqtollah Sanjar as a Pro-Soviet Communist Party member, considering Afghanistan Republicans Party as a group composed of Soviet’s Communists who are related to a particular tribe and region, mentioning Sanjar’s good relations with  some of Shora Nezzar (Counselors Society) leaders, however, Mr, Sanjar does not announce his dependency to any Parties and thinks of his party as one constituted of all Afghanistan tribes from various provinces.
Republicans Party is somehow one of those seasonal ones whose members, fundamentally, are remnants and trainees of former Communist Regime and Khalgh Democratic Party. The weak written style of the Party’s constitutions and articles of association in which incomprehensible and strange words and clauses have been utilized reveals that the leader or at least its writer is not well-educated. The constitution of the party has been written in 6 chapters and compiled in 38 articles and organizational structure includes: Leader, supreme council of leadership, secretariat, central council, provincial councils, urban councils, regional councils, governing councils and local councils. At the start of its constitution it says: "As a political institution, Afghanistan Republicans Party is comprised of the most knowledgeable [??], volunteers of the society, including males and females, with democratic ideas, social justice, sense of serving to people and our dear country, Afghanistan, was established on November, 2, 1999 (11/8/1378LHY). In order to realize common desires and aims which is strengthening real democracy based on independent humanity and high humanitarian objectives under the protection of Islamic values [??], They have gathered and formed an independent political party equipped to real ideology of democracy "Humanism",   which is looking forward to fulfilling social security with attention to moral and spiritual values of Afghan community. We hope that each Afghan, wherever they are, inside or outside the country, should have the right to participate in ruling, leadership, and managing of the country by his own or through his represented minister, to practically benefit from the advantages of democracy. Afghanistan Republicans Party as an active and positive member will struggle, work and attempt for the objective of forming a selected, widespread government, without any religious, tribal, lingual and ethnical prejudice, accepted by the public and universal community in the process of international relations."
Sebqatollah Sanjar, son of Abdullah, was born in the village of Shakiban located in governing area of Zendeh Jan in Herat province in 1346. Having graduated from Harbi high school in Kabul, he entered political academic police college and received his bachelor in the filed of political and social sciences from the university in 1365. Having received his postgraduate degree from social science institute, he was working as the general head of public discipline in interior ministry until he got his position as a colonel. After the collapse of Taliban, Sanjar was selected as member of special commission for setting up emergency Loy Girga, and participated in international conference of Democrat Parties in South Korea in Agrab, 1381.
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