Recognising Frameworks of Reference

Recognising Frameworks of Reference
Even the two or three nations who are reported to be broadly sympathetic have not offered to recognise the 'government in control' in a formal manner. Within the territory of Afghanistan, because of the militia, the writ of the ruling segment of the people who run the ruling set up, holds.

Governance is always a tricky issue. It is often a trade-off between what a person in control wants to be done and what a person/institution on which that control is supposed to be exercised ,will allow to be done without demure. Indeed the recipient of the regulatory order may protest but the inevitable question arises, can he get away with it? If he can the entire edifice of governance is threatened.

Hence the basic question remains; what if one does not comply? Thus it is that governance requires the capacity to enforce. This itself can be a tricky question because it raises issues of the legitimacy of the seat of governance. Governance has the prerequisite of an acceptable and identifiable legal structure.

Consider the case of current ‘ruling set up’ in Afghanistan. It wrested power from the preceding Ashraf Ghani government, figuratively, at the ‘point of a bayonet’. There was no ‘transfer of power’. The current ‘ruling’ set up...

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Dr. Vinayshil Gautam

Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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Internationally acclaimed management expert. Chairman, DKIF

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