They insisted that the NUG has also failed to fulfill commitments regarding of bringing reforms in the Brussels summit.
“Unfortunately, the government has not brought any fundamental reforms in governance and fighting corruption,” said Sayed Akram Afzali, chairman of Afghan Transparency Watchdog.
Analysts are also said to believe that the brought reforms to the government institutions were selective and nothing has been done for betterment of working situation.
“The current situation shows us the reform is team reform and there are more selective reforms than systematic reforms to change the situation of Afghanistan,” said Aziz Rafiee, Head of Integration of Civil Society Institutions.
However, the Presidential Palace stresses that reform is the priority of the government and lots of work have been done in this regard.
“One of the top priorities of the National Unity Government is bringing reforms and currently works on administrative reforms and we have witnessed remarkable reforms in military sector and the Ministries of Defense and Interior,” said Dawa Khan Mina Pal, President’s deputy spokesman.
Fighting corruption and bringing reforms were the most controversial issues between the Afghan government and the donor countries.
The International Community has repeatedly warned Afghanistan regarding the existence of corruption and has made their aids conditional to bringing reforms and fighting corruption in the Brussels summit.
Reported by Lida Niazi