Police chiefs asked to attend provincial judicial & coordination meetings

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani participated and delivered speech at a meeting with governors and judicial officials of the country.
At the meeting held at Chaharchinar Palace, governor of Kandahar Hayatullah Hayat, representing other provincial governors, spoke and shared views, demands and suggestions of governors with the country’s President.
Afterwards, Chief Justice of the country Sayed Yousuf Halim, general attorney Farid Hamidi and minister of justice r. Abdul Basir Anwar spoke and said that serious attention would paid to enhancement of coordination between local governments.
Praising governors for their views and suggestions, the country’s President said that no interferences were accepted in judicial organs as they had full independency in their decisions.
President Ghani by pointing to unprecedented reforms in judicial sector of the country said a large number of laws have been amended and modified in the past four years, but the sector still needed further reforms. The country’s President concluded that police were still unprofessional, adding that all provincial police commanders were obliged to attend judicial and coordinating meetings.

The Kabul Times

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