By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a decree has removed the post of chief executive office. According to the decree, government organs and authorities cannot receive and process letters sent under the title of office of chief executive.
The president ordered the Independent Commission of Administrative Reform and Civil Service to facilitate recruitment of the employees of CEO office and secretariat of ministerial council in other institutions.
The decree also includes end of protection for CEO’s officials, where VIP protection directorate been asked to assess physical security of former CE Abdullah Abdullah within three days.
Finance Ministry has been ordered to register and shift all the transferrable properties of the office of chief executive and secretariat of ministerial council to the Administrative Office of the President.
President Ghani took oath of confidence for second term on Monday. His electoral rival Abdullah who proclaimed himself as winner of the vote also held a parallel inauguration.