Officials in ACCI believe that they succeed to start long-term economic programs with the existence challenges.
Confirming the existence of problems, ACCI is satisfied with the government’s performance in economic sector.
According to officials, the government has implemented many projects such as; TAPI, CASA 1000 and Chabahar port projects.
ACCI considers these projects the greatest achievements of National Unity Government in the region and the world.
“The government was partly busy in internal problems but did considerable works in economic sector,” said Sayamuddin Pesarlay, spokesman of ACCI.
But, analysts consider the government has had many failures in its two years governance.
“The projects are all from the previous government not in this time. There is no economic movement by the government that we can remember it,” said Sayeed Masoud, teacher at university.
Fawzia Kofi, member of parliament has also not satisfied from government economic performance.
“The economic projects are still not implemented by the government, most of the projects are from the previous government,” said Fawzia Kofi.
The National Unity Government (NUG) of Afghanistan, which was formed in September 2014, has continued to build on Afghans’ numerous hard-earned gains since the fall of the Taliban in 2001.
Even as they have grappled with the many challenges they inherited due to a destabilizing military transition process that ended in 2014, President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah have worked hard to implement a comprehensive reforms agenda, which aims at achieving self-reliance.
In doing so, their shared vision is to “build a productive and broad-based economy that creates jobs; put an end to corruption, criminality and violence; and establish the rule of law.”