He said he with his more than 40 years of experiences had realized that it was not a successful leader to do all by his own, but that could shape a hardworking team to meet all society requirements.
He said his government, if succeeded to be elected would include 50 percent of women and youth who are now seriously suffering joblessness.
Following the second day of the elections’ campaigns, Dr. Rassoul said he would do away with insecurity and corruption, create enough job capacities, strengthen relations with the international community and regularly help the country’s foreign policy go ahead.
His first-vice president, Ahmad Zia Massoud also vowed to draw strong foreign investment in Afghanistan and help the country’s economy developed.
“No one would take up arms during my [if elected] tenure and those with armed opposition would face serious reaction”, he said adding he would defend the country’s territorial integrity and national sovereignty as well as never allow foreigners to interfere in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.
Rashidi Zabiullah Afghan journalist Reportercameraman and Photojournalist Rashidi worked as a journalist with The New York Times in Qandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif. He’s worked with BBC World and the British forward support base in Mazar-i-Sharif. He also worked as a Journalist for the Swedish Army for 8 years and Norwegian governments in Northern. and Veterans today famous Reporter in Afghanistan