History of the National Assembly of Afghanistan

Article 81 of Constitution of the year 2004 states that the National Assembly of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, as the highest legislative organ, shall manifest the public will, as well as it shall represent the entire nation.

Afghan President’s decree on better implementation of laws related to mass media to reinforce liberty of speech and ensure access to information

Ministry of Information and Culture, Independent Administrative Reforms and Civil Service Commission, and Ministry of Justice shall prepare and process the plan of legislative documents related to categorization of information and documents in which the offices’ obligation on ensuring the citizens’ access to information and protecting privacy of offices should be segregated based on nationally and internationally accepted criteria.

Durand Line Agreement, demarcating border between Afghanistan and British India-1893

The British Government thus agrees to His Highness the Amir retaining Asmar and the valley above it, as far as Chanak. His Highness agrees, on the other hand, that he will at no time exercise interference in Swat, Bajaur, or Chitral, including the Arnawai or Bashgal valley. The British Government also agrees to leave to His Highness the Birmal tract as shown in the detailed map already given to his Highness, who relinquishes his claim to the rest of the Waziri country and Dawar. His Highness also relinquishes his claim to Chageh.

Amanullah Khan letter to Vladimir Lenin (1920)

The Afghan Government has great hopes concerning this common object, to which it attributes very great significance, and places as the very foundation of its policy this aim, humane with regard to all mankind, and is ready by all means and at all times to pursue the continuance of our mutual friendship.