(MENAFN - Daily Outlook Afghanistan) KABUL - The reconciled leader of Hizb-e-Islami, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, onMonday, said that his party will not remain silent over what he described themonopoly of the peace process and the elections by certain players.
He said that peace is interconnectedwith transparent elections in the country.
He also warned foreigners against an attempt to meddle in Afghanistan'selections and the peace process and said that such moves will be deemed as anact of insult to the president of the country.
'Foreigners have taken the elections hostage so that a powerful governmentis not created in Afghanistan, added Hekmatyar.
'There is no clear and independent address for peace in Afghanistan, anaddress which will decide on peace independently, he said.
According to Hekmatyar, efforts are underway to "weaken"political parties and disrupt unity among the people. He added that Afghanistanneeds inclusive parties if "we want to strengthen democracy". (Tolonews)