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Mustafa Satari

Pages: 282

Following the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, Afghanistan became an attractive destination for global politics, and many conferences held since were to promote and pave the way for the deployment of democratic style of governance in Afghanistan.

Three periods of Presidential election, which are an exception in the history of this land are the first steps for becoming a fully democratic nation.nonetheless, this country has to pay attention to many other requirments of a democratic regime, such as good governance, functioning system in the country, development of the economy, and many more are necessary for achieving the goal of instating into democratic nation.

A Sixteen-Hour Day is a compilation of efforts that the second president of Afghanistan after 2001, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has made to introduce a democratic Afghanistan.

About the Author: Mustafa Satari is a researcher, educationist, and inspirational speaker. An alumnus student of Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, Pune, India; He started his professional career as an advisor and translator with Earthspring Media LLC and currently works as Organizational Development Specialist inside the Afghan Government. In addition, he is a freelance teacher of French and Spanish Language in India.

A Sixteen Hour Day

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