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President Ghani chairs Rule of Law High Council meeting

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the meeting of Rule of Law High Council was held the other day at Chahar Chinar Palace of Arg.
In the meeting attended also by the Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh, modality of transferring cases registration management system in relevant government institutions, executions of the commission on addressing urban and construction violations, granting authorization to Attorney General Office (AGO) for approving reduction of more than five years of the imprisonment term, suggestion of judicial department in connection with distributing residential apartments for judicial employees and other relevant judicial departments, report of executions of the 3rd and 4th high judicial coordination committees’ meetings, report of 1st, 2nd and 3rd of modality of implementation the counter corruption national strategy of 2019 fiscal year and job descriptions of reviewing the impacts of the strategy were discussed.
After hearing report in connection with modality of transferring cases registration management system in relevant government institutions, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani said that a regulation should be prepared within a month for modality of using and specifying responsibilities of those institutions using the system, stressing on technically reviewing the system so that the system could respond a goal.
Related to the report about executions of the commission on addressing urban and construction violations, the country’s President instructed Kabul municipality to complete zones division of Kabul city to pave the way for investment, stressing on close coordination between the ministry of urban development and land, Kabul municipality and police.
The country’s President also instructed the Kabul municipality to deliver a clear plan to prevent urban violations in near future.

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