The Taliban prefer a political system where the ruler is chosen by a council called Shura-ye Ahl-i Hal-u-Aqd, an Afghan government negotiater suggested.
In an interview with 1TV, Mohammad Amin Ahmadi said that the Taliban don’t want the current political system which is preferred by the majority of the Afghan people.
He also said that the Taliban have not clearly expressed commitment to the principles equal rights of citizens irrespective of their religion or gender.
This comes as Afghan government and Taliban negotiators have agreed on rules and procedures for peace talks and have taken a pause for internal consultations on the agenda.
The negotiations are expected to resume on January 5.
Despite the talks, violence levels remain high.
US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay on Saturday called for all sides to reduce violence and move quickly to a ceasefire.
He also called on the sides to reach a political agreement as soon as possible.