Majority Afghans satisfied with government functions
Wed Nov 16, 2:15 pm
About 46 percent of Afghans believe that the government is moving in the right direction but the other 36 percent are opposed to this comment.
Asia Foundation in its latest survey that discussed with over 6 million residents of Afghanistan regarding security, corruption, human rights and how to negotiate with the Taliban in thirty-four provinces say that most of the Afghans are satisfied of their government’s activities in the sectors of education, health, security and negotiations with armed oppositions.
On the basis of Asia foundation’s seventh survey, about 46% of Afghans think that the government is moving in the right direction but another 32 percent say that the government failed to provide security.
Still 82% of surveyed residents support the peace process and reintegration with the Taliban.
In the survey, 20 percent think that the government has failed to fight corruption and the other 14 percent say that government’s efforts are inadequate to provide employment.
The Asia Foundation says that such referendum results help the leaders, religious people and community policy makers to be more focus on regional issues.
According to them, along with economic and security problems, existence of corruption and lack of adequate social services are among the biggest challenges for the people in Afghanistan.
The results of this survey published on the eve of the traditional Loya Jirga that should also be reflected in this House.