Problem of transferring political agencies revenues to MoF should be resolved

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani chaired the meeting of the High Council for Rule of Law in which some issues discussed, including transferring of the country’s political agencies revenues to the ministry of finance, a statement from the Presidential Press Office said Wednesday.
At the meeting, report about the 1397 solar year budget, issues on the implementation of counter-corruption national strategy and how to resolve the problem of transferring the political agencies revenues to the ministry of finance have been discussed, said the statement.
The president said an investigation was needed to make sure that how much progress has been made in the implementation of laws and what should be done to provide a clear image for the people, according to the statement. He said the special monitoring secretariat of the counter-corruption national strategy should create a system to constantly investigate all performances, developments and challenges of the administrations. The meeting also asked for using biometric system by different organs and approved the Attorney General Office (AGO) offer about the creation of a regulation to arrange the collection affairs and saving information in the biometric system, the statement continued. At the end of the meeting, the president instructed the ministries of foreign affairs and finance as well as Da Afghanistan Bank to work on creation of a reliable system to ease the problems of transferring the revenues of the country’s political agencies to the ministry of finance.

The Kabul Times

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