PRESIDENT’S WORDS

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The people of Afghanistan will witness the fundamental reforms in education sector that they are seeking for. I call upon all people of Afghanistan to initiate National Education Assembling across the country.

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ARG HISTORY

Kabul, a city of ancient history which had been a home for kings and crowns. In the past, a wall, which still its remainders exist, enclosed the city with six entrance gates. Each of the doors were known with a certain name…

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Special Anti-Corruption Secretariat holds first session with government representatives

04 09 2018

Special Anti-Corruption Secretariat held its first session with 63 representatives from government offices and ministries, at the Presidential Palace, on implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy.

Deputy Chief of Staff to the President for Policy, Monitoring and Investigation Abdul Subhan Rauf delivered the opening remarks in the session and articulated the activities of the Special Anti-Corruption Secretariat as well as cooperation of the government agencies in implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy.

In the session, Head of the Special Anti-Corruption Secretariat Yama Torabi briefed the government representatives with the National Anti-Corruption Strategy and elucidated on how to develop action plans.

Government offices and ministries formulate their action plans for implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy according to the timetable and the process of development, scrutiny, ratification and approval of the action plans, prepared by the special secretariat.

Based on the presidential decree dated on November 27, 2017, the Special Anti-Corruption Secretariat was established and became operative in January 6, 2018 after approval of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy by the High Council for Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption.

The secretariat convenes its regular sessions on preparation of the action plans related to the government agencies and ministries.