The Taliban don’t need a constitution!

Abdul Karim Haider, Deputy Minister of Justice in the Taliban government, quoted Tolonews TV that the constitution of any Islamic country should be based on the Holy Quran, Sunnah and jurisprudence.

An official in the Taliban government indicated that disputes between citizens are now resolved in courts based on Hanafi jurisprudence. But if the emir so desires, the Ministry of Justice is ready to develop a formal Basic Law, which, as in other Islamic countries, will be based on the Koran and the Sunnah.

It should be noted that constitutions are usually created, at the very least, to define legislative and executive bodies.

Source: Sputnik

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