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MPs Summon Ministers To Deliver Reports

Members of the Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament) on Saturday summoned a number of ministers and other senior officials from ministries to report on their work progress.
 
“We want the ministers to deliver their reports on the progress they have made and to explain their plans for next year,” deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga Nematullah Ghafari said.
 
At the session, the finance minister Eklil Hakimi said some of their achievements this year are an increase in government’s revenue, spending of 80 percent of their budget and others.
 
“We established a special committee to organize weekly discussions on how to deliver the commitments we made at the Brussels Summit,” he said.
 
Meanwhile, Economy Minister Abdul Sattar Murad, who was also summoned at the house, stated that they had good progress this year. 
 
He said the ministry will continue to eradicate the endemic corruption in the near future.
 
“The ministry of economy will be free of corruption next year,” he said.
 
At the same session, Commerce Minister Homayun Rasa said Afghanistan received the membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) this year.
 
“Afghanistan got the permanent membership of the WTO in June this year and it was a big achievement,” he added.
 
Meanwhile, deputies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD), also briefed the MPs on behalf of their minister which will recently dismissed by the parliament.
 
“The ministry [of foreign affairs] conducted political consultations with China, Turkey, Sweden and Denmark [this year]. Also, the ministry has designed Afghanistan’s foreign policy’s outlook which will facilitate diplomatic relations with world countries,” Deputy Foreign Minister Nasir Ahmad Andisha said.
 
“We have developed a work policy this year which for the first was made available for Afghans and it is a big achievement,” said Ahmad Shah Salehi, deputy of MoLSAMD.

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MPs Summon Ministers To Deliver Reports

“We want the ministers to deliver their reports on the progress they have made and to explain their plans for next year,” Ghafari said.

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Members of the Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament) on Saturday summoned a number of ministers and other senior officials from ministries to report on their work progress.
 
“We want the ministers to deliver their reports on the progress they have made and to explain their plans for next year,” deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga Nematullah Ghafari said.
 
At the session, the finance minister Eklil Hakimi said some of their achievements this year are an increase in government’s revenue, spending of 80 percent of their budget and others.
 
“We established a special committee to organize weekly discussions on how to deliver the commitments we made at the Brussels Summit,” he said.
 
Meanwhile, Economy Minister Abdul Sattar Murad, who was also summoned at the house, stated that they had good progress this year. 
 
He said the ministry will continue to eradicate the endemic corruption in the near future.
 
“The ministry of economy will be free of corruption next year,” he said.
 
At the same session, Commerce Minister Homayun Rasa said Afghanistan received the membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) this year.
 
“Afghanistan got the permanent membership of the WTO in June this year and it was a big achievement,” he added.
 
Meanwhile, deputies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD), also briefed the MPs on behalf of their minister which will recently dismissed by the parliament.
 
“The ministry [of foreign affairs] conducted political consultations with China, Turkey, Sweden and Denmark [this year]. Also, the ministry has designed Afghanistan’s foreign policy’s outlook which will facilitate diplomatic relations with world countries,” Deputy Foreign Minister Nasir Ahmad Andisha said.
 
“We have developed a work policy this year which for the first was made available for Afghans and it is a big achievement,” said Ahmad Shah Salehi, deputy of MoLSAMD.

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