The Afghan lawmaker Ramazan Bashardost is well known for his hard stance against the government since serving as MP in the Lower House of Parliament, Wolesi Jirga.
In his latest approach to protest against the government, Bashardost changed the color of his suit from normal white color to black.
Speaking during the general session of the parliament on Wednesday, Bashardost, said he is mourning the political death of the government and government leaders.
Bashardost further added that the change of color his suit raised questions among certain lawmakers.
The general session of the Lower House of the Parliament, Wolesi Jirga, started their debate covering the general agenda as well as other issues, including the controversial TUTAP power project.
Other issues in the debate included the robbery of 261 sheeps and 10 cows by the provincial officials in the western Badghis province of Afghanistan as claimed by lawmaker Syed Mohammad Moosa Janab.
He called on President Ghani and CEO Abdullah to take immediate actions against the provicial officials who are in charge of the provincial government.
The execution of militants serving in the Afghan jails was another topic discussed by the lawmakers but an MP Mawlawi Rahmani said 631 militants are included in the list that has been given to President Ghani.
He claimed that President is keen to obtain views of international community, human rights commission before signing the death penalties of the militants.
Source: Khaama Press