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Afghanistan is the third corrupted countries in World: TIB

(Last Updated On: January 27, 2016)

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International Transparency Bureau has published a report that Afghanistan is the third corrupted countries in the world, in the report indicated that there is no solid political decision to combat corruption in Afghanistan.

They have also mentioned that Afghan officials have not only achievement anything combating corruption but has moved one more step and gained the third corrupted position among 165 countries.

Officials in Integrity watch in Afghanistan have declared the following report published by the International Transparency Bureau on Afghanistan gained third corrupted position.

Head of the Integrity watch in Afghanistan Sayed Akram Afzali said,” after one year of giving slogans on combating corruption in Afghanistan, there is no measurements has been adopted by the Governmental officials in Afghanistan for the combating corruption in the future.”

They have stated that the following departments which were formed to fight corruption do not have independency or they have become politic centers.

There is no law and no clear administrative to directly combat against corruption Sayed Akram Afzaly added.

A claim which was rejected by officials within the Afghanistan Government.

President Deputy spokesman Sayed Zafar Hashimi said,” Afghan Government is committed to combat corruption, one of the example is launching procurement system in Afghanistan, the following department is signing the contracts based on the policy.”

International Transparency Bureau has determined that corruption has caused insecurity,unemployment, and some other social headaches to Afghans,earlier International community had told to Afghan officials that our aids process will depend on how you all fight against corruption.

Reported by Faranazforotan

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