Afghanistan presidential rivals approve a power-sharing government

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In Afghanistan, rival presidential candidates signed a deal for a power-sharing government. CCTV America’s Sean Callebs reports.

This unity deal comes after months of turmoil over a disputed election that destabilized the nation. This is at a crucial time when most foreign troops prepare to leave.

Afghanistan presidential rivals approve a power-sharing government

In Afghanistan, rival presidential candidates signed a deal for a power-sharing government.This unity deal comes after months’ of turmoil over a disputed election that de-stabilized the nation. This is at a crucial time when most foreign troops prepare to leave.CCTV America's Sean Callebs reports.

For more insight of Afghanistan’s unity deal, we spoke with Faiysal Alikhan, a policy analyst and fellow with the New America Foundation.

Afghanistan's unity deal is important for progress in the country

For more insight of Afghanistan's unity deal, we spoke with Faiysal Alikhan, a policy analyst and fellow with the New America Foundation.