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WJ summons financial minister to Parliament

Afghanistan Wolesi Jirga (WJ) – the lower house of parliament on Monday summoned the financial minister and acting head of national Bank due to increase in the price of currencies and decline in revenues. Problems in collection of taxes, decline in revenues and increasing the price of currencies raise concerns …

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Afghanistan never signs accord against its interest

Afghanistan government has said that the government has never signed and signs any accord contrary to its national and security interests. The chief of executive officer said that the Afghan government wants ties with its neighboring countries but our national and security interests are at the top priority. “I assure …

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Women’s Rights Advocates Demanded 9 Female Governors

Women must have a representative in the high court and at least nine governors in the country, women political rights advocacy group emphasized. Women’s Political Rights Advocacy Group would like to assume management and leadership positions in the National Unity Government of Afghanistan. A group of women’s rights activists were …

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Fetching Water to Farms Vital: Zameer

Officials in Ministry of Agriculture, Live Stocks have declared Water to be fetched into the farms is one of the priorities program in coming years. Asadullah Zamir who has been explaining the first 100 days of activities said,” necessary measurements are underway to create water sources, build fridge storages, extra …

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MPs to provide Government with ‘Security Plan’

Afghan Parliament will provide the National Unity Government of Afghanistan with a security plan. The House Speaker tasked the internal, defensive and international commission of the House to jointly work with security officials in order to develop a security plan. In addition, the lawmakers asked the government to immediately provide …

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Retired Employees face wage problems

Afghan Government retired employees have not received their annual benefits since about six months. They have spent years serving the government and now hardly can succeed to get the maximum of 5,000 AFS to make a living. Aziz Ullah who was a member of Afghan police is waiting to get …

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Afghan forces cautionary act against Taliban: MoI

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has said that Taliban have entrenched in people’s houses in Baghlan, Badakhshan and Kundoz provinces. MoI stated that Taliban have planted mines in many areas under its control and Afghan troops must launch their operations with cautions. Afghanistan’s northern part has recently witnessed an intense …

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Acting presidents, vice presidents of AISA suspended

President Ashraf Ghani has suspended the acting President and Vice Presidents of the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA) in a meeting that was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Justice, AISA and a number of economic and legal experts. According to a statement released by theOffice …

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