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VP chairs cabinet’s judicial committee meeting

جلسه کمیته عدلی و قضایی برگزار شد

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Chaired by Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh, cabinet’s judicial committee meeting was held yesterday. In the meeting, modality of overall monitoring of government projects to prevent from exploitation, modality of addressing families of martyrs of the country’s Supreme Court and attorney general office and demand of women organization for justice in connection with joining Afghanistan in optional protocol of convention on prevention of discrimination against women were discussed.
After members of the committee discussed modality of overall monitoring of government projects to prevent from exploitation, the committee instructed that an exclusive meeting from representatives of ministries of urban development and economy, presidential office’s directorate for administrative affairs and other relevant institutions should be held to review the issue and make a necessary plan for final decision.
In the meeting, the issue of addressing families of martyrs of the country’s Supreme Court and attorney general office was discussed. According to Chief Justice of the country Sayed Yousuf Halim, a joint procedure has been prepared between the country’s Supreme Court and AGO in this regard. It was decided that the respective procedure should be reviewed in a separate meeting.
Based on the agenda, demand of a women organization for justice in connection with joining Afghanistan in optional protocol of convention on prevention of discrimination against women was discussed. The issue has been delivered based on instruction of presidential office to the cabinet’s judicial committee.
After reviewing and exchanging their visions in connection with the issue, members of the committee expressed happiness in this regard, stressing that there was no legal problem; therefore, the ministry of foreign affairs was tasked to take necessary steps towards processing joining Afghanistan in the respective protocol.

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