Kabul Government

The "Kabul government" is a phrase used to describe the current government of Afghanistan, led by Hamid Karzai. This phrase is used to emphasise how it is not a national government, but only controls the capital (Kabul) and the immediate surrounding areas, while the rest of the country remains in control of the Taliban and local warlords. Thus, this may be considered a pejorative term.

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History Of Afghanistan (1978–1992) - The United Nations Plan For Political Accommodation
... to self-determination in choosing their form of government and social and economic systems need for a transitional period permitting a dialogue between ... States and Afghanistan's neighboring governments, but there was no military means of enforcing it ... Yunis Khalis who held out for a total victory over the Kabul government ...

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