President Ghani stresses better reform in Afghanistan’s civil service

KABUL: During a meeting with Ahmad Nader Naderi, head of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, spoke about reforms in Afghanistan’s public administration and good governance, a statement said. 
During the videoconference, head of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission presented his initial report on the progress of reforms, especially the human resources situation and the structures of the Afghan government as a whole, the presidential statement added. 
After listening to the report, President Ghani issued the necessary instructions to the head of the Independent Commission for Administrative Reforms and Civil Services to complete the assessments and bring about better reforms in the country’s civil administrations, the statement added.
The Kabul Times

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