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Corruption overshadows nation trust: MEC

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Officials in Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee have stated that corruption in Ministry of Public health rocks, this will overshadow the trusts of the Nation over the Ministry performances.

Minister of Public health Ferozuddin Feroz said,” We have introduced 64 corruption cases to supreme court of Afghanistan.”

In the report which was published by the Officials in Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee indicated that Afghanistan is located in the worst condition of maintaining health for its citizens, the following condition has affected and Nation got distances.

Mathew Rodrick the cultural adviser for MEC said,” Corruption expanded within the Governmental departments, people have lost its trusts, and our report confirms that corruption rocks in Ministry of public health.”

“ Patients aren’t treated as the medical and health standards required in Afghanistan Hospitals, different factors like recruiting the relatives, respecting racism, poor quality of health services, embezzlement have caused that people get distances cultural adviser Mathew Rod said,”

Officials in Ministry of Public health have urged that serious fighting is underway to tackle corruption issues within the Ministry of Public health.

“ We have introduced 64 corruption cases to justice department of Afghanistan, solid decision and intention are underway to combat corruption issues, in the near future more cases will be recorded Minister of Public health Ferozuddin Feroz said,”

Based on the survey launched by the International Organization called MEC corruption rocks within wide range in different Governmental departments of Afghanistan which is a huge risk for the Governmental officials to draw more aids from the donors.

Reported by Ali Asghari

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