Afghanistan’s Taliban-run administration on Saturday ordered all native and international non-governmental organisations (NGO) to cease feminine staff from coming to work, in response to an financial system ministry letter, within the newest crackdown on girls’s freedoms.
The letter, confirmed by financial system ministry spokesperson Abdulrahman Habib, mentioned the feminine staff weren’t allowed to work till additional discover as a result of some had not adhered to the administration’s interpretation of Islamic dresscode for girls.
It was not instantly clear whether or not the order utilized to United Nations businesses, which have a big presence in Afghanistan.
It comes days after the Taliban-run administration ordered universities to shut to girls, prompting robust world condemnation and sparking some protests and heavy criticism inside Afghanistan.
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