After the withdrawal of the Red Army and the collapse of the Afghan communist regime in 1992,
Sibghatullah Mujadidi, who headed the Afghan National Liberation Front, was elected acting president, but he served only two months. , In the framework of a power-sharing agreement between the various Mujahideen leaders.
Mujadidi continued to play a leading role in Afghan politics after the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001.
In 2003, Mujadidi became the head of the Loya Jirga (Grand Assembly), which approved the new constitution for Afghanistan.
In 2013, he presided over a meeting of 2,500 wise men from all over the country to approve the survival of US troops on Afghan soil.
Sibghatullah Mujadidi, who led a faction of the Mujahideen in a hospital in Kabul, died after suffering from a debilitating disease, according to AFP.