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The overriding achievement of the constitutional Loya Jirga was to institute a basic foundation of law that reflects Afghan traditions and will help safeguard democratic values and human rights for the future.
It also administered both the registration of local representatives, who elected the 502 delegates to the Constitutional Loya Jirga, and the elections themselves.
A supporter of King Zahir Shah, he attended the Rome meeting, Bonn Conference, emergency Loya Jirga, constitutional Loya Jirga and last year's peace jirga.
Times were tense, as the much anticipated Constitutional Loya Jirga was fast approaching and everyone in Afghanistan was concerned about the security situation, especially women.
The constitutional Loya Jirga will take place next month and presidential elections are to be held in June.
A 502-member constitutional Loya Jirga or Grand Assembly after weeks of discussion approved Afghanistan's new constitution on January 4, 2004.
What set the Constitutional Loya Jirga apart, as with the Emergency Loya Jirga just before to elect the transitional government's president, was that for the first time in Afghanistan's history, women were participating.
One outspoken woman was placed under UN protection, in fear for her life after being attacked and receiving death threats, for bold statements she made during the first days of the Constitutional Loya Jirga. Women from various civil society groups trying to impact the constitutional process were faced with great barriers to their freedom of association, expression and movement, particularly in more conservative provinces such as Herat and Kandahar.
According to the timetable agreed upon by various Afghan factions, a constitutional loya jirga, or grand council, is to be convened by the end of the year and a new constitution adopted.
A new constitution for post-Taliban Afghanistan will be adopted at a ''constitutional loya jirga'' within the next 18 months.
A ''constitutional loya jirga'' is to be convened within the next 18 months to adopt a new constitution for post-Taliban Afghanistan.
The elections are to be held within the coming two years, while a ''constitutional loya jirga'' is to be convened within the next 18 months to adopt a new constitution for post-Taliban Afghanistan.
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