ACCI chief announces his resignation
According to Khaama Press (KP), the reason behind Haqjo’s resignation is his endorsement of presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, who was the leading candidate in the first round of the elections.
Haqjo served as the chief of ACCI for six years since 2008.
ACCI officials hailed Haqjo’s efforts in developing and support the private sector in Afghanistan.
Haqjo is expected to appear at a press conference on Monday to formally announce his resignation to the media.
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