RIGHTS AND JUSTICE PARTY
Once again, history has faced our nation with a difficult test. Presently, on one hand, our nation has been given the best and most important historical opportunity for building the country. On the other hand, our country has encountered the biggest danger for its survival. This is the first time that national security interests of the international community converge in many ways with those of our country. It is precisely for this reason that Afghanistan’s international allies are cooperating with our country in combating terrorism and narcotics, in establishment of sustainable peace and security, in building state institutions and civil society and rebuilding our economy. Certainly, this cooperation has brought noticeable achievements to our nation.
It is our aspiration that the country, which we have inherited from our ancestors and always loved and taken pride in, will be inherited by our children and future generations as an independent, secure and prosperous country. After so many honourable sacrifices, none of us, Afghans, wish to see our children uprooted and without a country of their own. The country that we envisage for ourselves, and for our children and future generations should be an Afghanistan that is united and owned by every citizen and every Qawam (tribe) of our homeland, and where: