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MoI Launches ‘Extensive Reforms’ at Leadership Level

(Last Updated On: February 7, 2018)

The Interior Ministry of Afghanistan has launched extensive reforms in the leadership of Afghan police, officials said.

Based on a new strategic plan developed by the interior ministry, more than 400 candidates competed for the leadership of 16 police districts in Kabul City on Wednesday.

“[today] 402 people participated in an open competition for 36 positions,” said Wais Barmak, the Minister of Interior, who was monitoring the examination.

Meanwhile, Minister Barmak said that they will move forward based on the new plan and will evaluate the performance of police officials regularly.

The new move by the government comes after a series of deadly attacks in Kabul left more than 400 victims in Kabul during the last two weeks.

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