By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the meeting of High Rule of Law Council was held yesterday at Presidential Palace.
In the meeting, judicial executions report of the country’s Supreme Court and its relevant courts in 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter of 1398, report from un-implementation of findings and suggestions of high reviewing authority and report of a delegation tasked to review properties of the Afsotar company were discussed and reviewed.
After the report in connection with the judicial executions was delivered, Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh said that further attention should be paid to female judges, saying that violence would be reduce and the level of maintaining justice would boost in provinces if female judges were appointed or start working as judges.
Danesh further said that rule of law would be questioned and justice would not be maintained until problems facing a number of approved drafts were not resolved, adding there were necessary capacities in the country particularly in description of social laws and code of punishment, so it was good to make use of these capacities in this regard.
The country’s President in the meeting also stressed on taking necessary steps towards maintaining justice and rule of law in the country.
Pointing to budget of the country’s judicial organs, President Ghani said that budget of the organs should be provided in accordance to the law, asking for necessary coordination between police, attorney general office and judicial forces.